Harlem Wall Reveals 1960s Artifacts

IMG_5252 (1)Gothamist reports recently, a little piece of Harlem’s history revealed itself. The wood paneling that has apparently been covering this wall since the 1960s was peeled off, and nearly perfectly preserved pieces fliers and posters from that time were uncovered in the process. Continue Reading →

Subway Reroutes And Street Closures For New Year’s Eve In And Around Harlem

dj-ginnys-blog4801Over one million people will flock to midtown to uptown today to ring in the new year in Times Square. Continue Reading →

Chocolat Restaurant Lounge Closed In Harlem (update)

I walk by one of my favorite food spots in Harlem today, the Chocolat Restaurant Lounge at 2217 Frederick Douglass Avenue, on the corner at 120th Street and found a “Closed” sign on the door (sorry for the blurry photograph). Continue Reading →