The Editorial Board of the NY Times penned a wonderful piece on the collaboration between the Audubon Society and local gallerist Avi Gitler...Read More »
Dr. James Marion Sims is considered the father of modern gynecology. His statue stands solemnly on Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street. The thing is...Read More »
Democracy is not a spectator sport. If the election and elevation of you-know-who to the Oval Office teaches us anything, it is that elections matter...Read More »
The Trump Revolution was consummated on January 20th. In an ominous speech that was partially written by self-avowed...Read More »
Meet the Brujas of the Bronx. No, I am not talking about witchcraft or Santeria. The Brujas are an all-girl skate...Read More »
Time to lace up. The Uptown Games, now in its fifth year, will return this weekend to The Armory New Balance Track and Field Center. Hosted by Senator Adriano Espaillat, Councilmembers Ydanis Rodríguez and Mark Levine, the Armory Foundation...Read More »
While flying home for the holidays might lead to joy, the trip itself will likely be anything but. After the long lines and hours of sitting...Read More »
La detective Haydee Pabey de la 34ª Comisaría ha sido reconocida por su servicio comunitario en Washington Heights e Inwood. Una veterana de 16 años del Departamento de Policía de Nueva York (NYPD por sus siglas en inglés), Pabey recibió el premio Caring New Yorker 2015 de parte de la aseguradora médica Fidelis Care y del equipo de baloncesto New York Liberty...
Esto podría ayudar a enfriar un poco las cosas. Tomar un chapuzón en la piscina Highbridge durante el verano pronto será tan fácil como ir a dar una vuelta en su superficie helada, llegado el invierno...
Statement Arts is hosting free hip-hop dance classes by artist Lya Pouleyy for children ages 5-14 starting this Sat., Jul. 18th. Classes will be divided up by age, and will be hosted over three weeks. The workshop will take place at the United Palace, at 176th Street and Broadway...Read More »
Join the New York Restoration Project (NYPR) on Sat., Jul. 25th, from 8:30 – 11 a.m. for a community clean-up opportunity, which is open to all volunteers and families of all skill level and experience...
The Classical Theatre of Harlem latest’s production, The Tempest, has an uncanny knack for timing. The play remixes the classic Shakespearean opus and references the island of Hispaniola as Prospero’s magical island.Read More »
The first annual Harlem Eat Up! Festival took place this past weekend and it was really something incredible. Former President Bill Clinton stopped by and praised Harlem’s vibrant cuisine, culture and spirit. Such well-recognized chefs as Aaron Sanchez, Bobby Flay and George DuranRead More »
The Up Theater Company has another incredible play on their hands. Epic Poetry, which runs at the Hebrew Tabernacle (551 Fort Washington Ave @ 185th Street) until May 16th, is a multi-sensory experience. You don’t watch the play; you kind of slowly, almost quicksand like, get drawn into it.Read More »