Obama Library Would Continue Revitalization In Harlem

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the West Harlem where Columbia University would build the Obama presidential library, residents are accustomed to change. But they have not always welcomed it. Continue Reading →

Photographer Killed in Hit-and-Run In Harlem

photographer killedThe Brooklyn photographer who was killed in a hit-and-run on New Year’s Eve was on her way to a concert at St. John the Divine when she was mowed down by an SUV, her friend said. Continue Reading →

Columbia College Boathouse, Harlem, 1895

ColumbiaboathouseSide view of the (then) new Columbia College Boathouse, at 115th Street and the Hudson River, Harlem, New York, 1895. Continue Reading →

New American Quartet for Kabbalah-Inspired Jazz Concert In Harlem

Takashi Otsuka (New American Quartet)As part of its popular Christ Chapel Chamber Series, The Riverside Church will feature The New American Quartet for “Mystic Autumn,” a program of jazz inspired by the Kabbalah, Judaism’s book of mysticism. Continue Reading →

The Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, First Woman To Lead The Riverside Church in Harlem

Rev Amy Butler (small)Marking the start of a new era at The Riverside Church, The Rev. Dr. Amy Butler — Riverside’s seventh senior minister and the first woman ever to hold the position — Continue Reading →

Electronics & Textile Free Recycling Collection In Harlem

recycle in harlemGrowNYC is calling for Harlemites to responsibly recycle unwanted or broken computers, TV’s, monitors, keyboards, printers, faxes, VCR’s, DVD and CD players, video game consoles, etc., (No microwaves, AC’s or household appliances). Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →