The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has announced that in observance of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, there will be no garbage, recycling, or organics collection, or street cleaning on Monday, January 19, 2015. In addition, all Sanitation Department administrative offices will be closed...Read More »
New Yorkers celebrated the 19th Annual MulchFest by recycling nearly 30,000 Christmas trees at over 80 locations across the city. NYC Parks, the Department of Sanitation, GreeNYC, and numerous community organizations, provides New Yorkers with the opportunity to mulch their Christmas trees into wood chips that...Read More »
Who says you can’t go home again? Long-time patrons of the Park View Café might have been faulted for wringing their hands when the beloved diner shuttered for renovations a few years ago. For four decades, the neighborhood restaurant has served as a beacon for those seeking straightforwardRead More »
This is a big deal folks. 2015 is the 250th Anniversary of the venerable Morris-Jumel Mansion. So to mark that significant milestone they have joined forces with The Public Theater for a special benefit performance of Hamilton on February 5th, 2015. Understand this: tickets to the newest musical from hometown hero, Lin-Manuel...Read More »
Happy New Year, Folks… As always, 2015 will be all about spreading that Uptown Love. That is our primary objective over here at the Uptown Collective. This coming February 1st marks 5 years of celebrating, commemorating and documenting the past, present and future of Uptown on a daily basis.Read More »
Former New York State Governor Mario Cuomo, father of current Governor Andrew Cuomo, passed away from natural causes due to heart failure this past Thurs., Jan. 1st. He was 82 years of age. The Fifty Second Governor of New York State, Governor Cuomo served as New York’s Chief Executive from 1983 through 1994.Read More »
With an improvisation freedom that The New York Times has compared to that of John Coltrane, pianist Renee Rosnes has made a name for herself as an innovative composer, virtuosic player, and band leader...
Criando a un hijo puertorriqueño en Washington Heights, a menudo me preguntaba qué decirle sobre cómo lidiar con la policía. Aunque hoy the Heights es un área en proceso de aburguesamiento, durante los años 80...