Morningside Drive And 119th Street, Harlem, NY, 1900

MNY63095A beautiful architectural structure of a multi-story tall apartment building on the corner of 119th Street and Morningside Drive in West Harlem, New York, 1900. Continue Reading →

Riverside Church Hosts Jeremiah Wright in Speaker Series

ReverendJeremiahWrightFollowing the worship service, Rev. Wright will lead a discussion exploring issues of economic justice at a special reception once the dialogue concludes at The Riverside Church Continue Reading →

Work Begins On The Cathedral North Site Development

Cathedral CB Presentation 103013.pdfThe fence is up! Morningside Heights residents may have noticed a little bit of activity at the North Site Development of The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine.  Continue Reading →

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Christopher Johnson and Christopher Creaghan Recital At Riverside Church

Riverside-Church1As part of its long-running Christ Chapel Chamber Series, The Riverside Church is hosting organ duo Christopher Johnson and Christopher Creaghan for a music recital… 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 →

Free: Screening Of Robert Reich’s “Inequality For All” In Harlem

Robert Reich’sAs part of its newly established economic justice initiative Now is the Time: Justice for All and a nationwide grassroots campaign, The Riverside Church is presenting a screening of former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich’s Sundance award-winning documentary, “Inequality for All,” on Thursday, February 27, 7:00 p.m. at the Church, 91 Claremont Ave., (bet. 120th & 122nd Sts.), Morningside Heights.
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Harlem Shack, 5th Avenue And 140th Street, 1927

1927Harlem_140-St_smA different Harlem existed during the roaring twenties leading up to the Great Depression, like this Harlem Shack, on 5th Avenue and 140th Street, in 1927. Continue Reading →

Grant’s Tomb, West Harlem, 1917

French soldiers ride a pair of double-decker buses to West 123rd Street and Riverside Drive to visit the tomb of Ulysses S. Grant. Continue Reading →