The Harlem River Drive is a 4.20-mile long north-south parkway in Harlem, New York in the borough of Manhattan.
A new study conducted by researchers from Anglia Ruskin University found that glitter could be polluting rivers and creating ecological damage.
In an article from 2014, Harlem World Magazine wrote that Harlem’s Marcus Garvey’s SS Shadyside sank in the Harlem River in 1921.
Roger Morris, 28 January 1727 – 13 September 1794, was a colonel in the British Army who fought in the French and Indian War and made uptown his home after Continue Reading →
Uptown Harlem was the home of rowing clubs called “Sculler’s Row” along the Harlem River from Harlem to Inwood in the 1840s, today rowing is making a comeback uptown.
On Sunday, March 3, 2019, the NYCDOT Division of Bridges will conduct bridge testing on the Broadway Bridge over the Harlem River Drive.
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