The 125th Street Ferry in Harlem ran back and forth to the Edgewater Ferry Station in New Jersey and back to Harlem during the turn of the 20th century at the beginning of the industrial revolution from 1903 – 1941.
Harlem based WE ACT’s free Black & Green Summer Movie series is back, the first week in August at West Harlem Piers Park (Marginal & West 132 Streets). Continue Reading →
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is excited to announce its first annual benefit, [press] PLAY – a festive evening for adults to explore exhibitions, storytelling prompts and interactive arts activities throughout its 17,000 sq ft state-of-the-art Museum designed by world renowned architect David Adjaye. Continue Reading →
The future of life-science activities in West Harlem has never been brighter and will only get better. Continue Reading →
Patch reports that on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, The Fortune Society kicked off its 2018 Rooftop Horticulture Program for formerly incarcerated and formerly homeless clients as well as for families who live at Castle Gardens – Fortune’s supportive permanent housing on West 140th Street in West Harlem. Continue Reading →