Harlem One Of The Most Rat-Infested in NYC

16rats1-cityroom-blogSpanInes Moore stirs awake nearly every night to an unmistakable, skin-crawling sound: rats skittering around her apartment in the dark. Continue Reading →

2014 Uptown Arts Stroll: How to Participate

jpegNoMAA (The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance) announces a call for artists for the 11th annual Uptown Arts Stroll in Washington Heights-Inwood from West 155th to 220th St. in June. Continue Reading →

Heights Charter School Puts Kids in “Calm Down Room”

NightmareroomA charter school located in Washington Heights, New York is coming under great scrutiny for the way they choose to discipline children who misbehave. Continue Reading →

The San Juan Theater In Harlem, 1912

It was William Fox’s Audubon Theatre of 1912. It was designed by the one and only Thomas Lamb. Continue Reading →

Armory Hispanic Games 2014 in Washington Heights (live stream video)

This is a live stream of the high school finalist track and field meet at the 20th Annual Armory Hispanic Games 2014 in Washington Heights, NY. Continue Reading →

Man Dead In Washington Heights

Federal Judge Rules NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk Practice Violates RightsA 76-year-old man was struck by two vehicles and killed Friday evening in Washington Heights. Antonio Escanio was crossing Amsterdam Avenue between 155th and 156th streets in Harlem around 5:51 p.m. Continue Reading →

Taxidermied Deer Stuffed On Washington Heights Street

largeTell me it ain’t so! People in Washington Heights had an unsettling surprise as they walked down the sidewalk Tuesday. Continue Reading →

Fire Tears Through Washington Heights Building

fire in washington heightsFirefighters have brought a four-alarm fire at a Washington Heights apartment building under control. Continue Reading →

Chart Says East Harlem Is Horniest Hood

article-2494215-194C2E8000000578-556_634x695Face it, if you live in a New York City apartment (with those paper-thin walls), you’ve probably awoken to the sounds of your neighbors — ahem — doing the nasty. But, if you’ve noticed this happening more frequently than not, you just might be living in East Harlem. Continue Reading →