Thomas Alva Edison, America’s greatest inventor filmed the Sampson’s Fleet from the New Jersey shore sailing pass Grant’s Tomb in West Harlem and 123rd Street.
The photograph above shows the entrance to the Claremont Theatre on the southeast corner of 135th Street at 3320-3338 Broadway where Thomas Edison is showing Gertrude McCoy and Bigelow Cooper in Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter announced today that New York City public schools are adding an additional eleven schools certified to serve meals.
A new nationwide poll of Latinos in the United States by SOMOS US, UnidosUS, and Latino Decisions shows that America’s rising Latino community is in lasting crisis from COVID-19 as Continue Reading →
Jōkichi Takamine (高峰 譲吉 Takamine Jōkichi, November 3, 1854 – July 22, 1922) was a Japanese chemist. Takamine was born in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, in November 1854. His father was a doctor; his mother a member of a Continue Reading →
It was about a year ago this month that a group of venture capital investors first walked into the doors of Uncharted Play, expecting to hear a pitch.
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