Afro Luncheonette, on a corner in Harlem, we think its Adam Clayton Powell (note sure of cross street) in central Harlem, 1987 by Matt Weber.
The videos is filmed on a snowy winter day with a panoply of little-known to legendary places, spaces, and faces throughout Harlem, New York.
Sylvia Woods, February 2, 1926, she was a restaurateur who co-founded the landmark restaurant Sylvia’s in Harlem on Lenox Avenue (bet. 126th and 127th Streets, New York City with her Continue Reading →
Harlem born Ron Walker talks to Harlem Cultural Archives about his father Snookie who owned Snookie’s Sugar Bowl a luncheonette in Harlem, New York during the 1950’s and 1960’s.
Great black and white photograph of what seems like a quiet Harlem street scene taken during World War II, on a mid-day in April, New York, 1943.
At midafternoon on a cold late-winter day, Tren’ness Woods-Black is perched at a table at Sylvia’s in Harlem, eating cornbread and sipping hot tea, and insisting that I order a sweet Continue Reading →
Sylvia Woods (February 2, 1926 – July 19, 2012) was an American restaurateur who co-founded the landmark restaurant Sylvia’s in Harlem on Lenox Avenue, New York City with her husband, Herbert Continue Reading →
A 33-year-old man was shot and killed in a Harlem bar fight Wednesday morning, an NYPD spokesman said.
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