Adelaide Keim, Harlem Actress, 1905

Adelaide Keim Harlem Actress 1905 antique photo printAdelaine Keim was born in Harlem on February 15, 1885. These photographs of the diva were taken in her prime at the turn of the 20th century in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Dining With Ms. LIl: Just Food is Connecting NYers with Healthy Food

Just Foods 6th Annual Tasting BenefitBy LIl Nickelson

Just Food is a non-profit organization that is helping feed healthy food to food insecure New Yorkers across the five boroughs through six (6) programs.  Continue Reading →

Mae West’s Harlem State Of Mind, 1930’s (video)

d6Harlem has always been a combination of high and low, from the 1920’s to the 1930’s Mae West made a name for herself on the Vaudeville circuit with plays as a connoisseur of Harlem culture. Continue Reading →

Assualt In Morningside Park In Harlem

street view of 145th streetOn Friday, February 28, 2014 at 6:20 pm, a man was in serious condition after being stabbed in Morningside Heights, New York Police Department said. Continue Reading →

ConEdison Asks Harlem To Curtail Appliance Use

con_edDue to necessary electrical cable repairs, Con Edison has asked customers in Harlem, Manhattan (between West 135th Street to West 138th Street and Broadway to Riverside Drive)… Continue Reading →

Con Ed Asks Harlem Customers To Cut Use

con_edDue to necessary electrical cable repairs, Con Edison has asked customers in sections of Harlem to curtail their use of non-essential appliances this evening, such as clothes washers, dryers, dishwashers and unneeded lighting. Continue Reading →

Broadway and West 96th Street, Harlem, 1909

Broadway-and-West-96th-Street-nycIn this black and white photo, taken in April of 1909, we look northeast along the east side of Broadway in West Harlem. Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving Day Parade, Harlem, 1930

Broadway-and-West 110th street in harlemA horse-drawn parade float heads down Broadway as part of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.  Here we see them passing West 110th Street in West Harlem. Continue Reading →