Author’s note: Published reports and records vary about the spelling of Kennedy’s first name. According to descendants her name was spelled Naomie. Since moving to Inwood I’d heard stories of an almost mythical figure known only as Princess Naomie, who, in the 1930’s, took up residence near the old tulip tree in Inwood Hill Park.
This weekend, the 29th Annual Hispanic Games High School Invitational will be held at the world-renowned Nike Track & Field Center at The Armory in Washington Heights.
St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Walk Productions with Handspring Puppet Company today announced one of the largest public artworks in the city’s history.
Borough President Gale Brewer writes the heat and humidity are breaking! Scroll all the way down for our third weekly “Quirk Of The Week.” COVID (We have plenty of free test kits and masks available for pickup during business hours at my district office: 563 Columbus Ave. at 87th St.) The COVID Omicron variant BA.5—which has been…
Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood in the northern part of Manhattan, in New York City.
MASC Hospitality Group, producers of the Uptown Night Market and the Bronx Night Market are proud to announce their most ambitious project yet, Harlem Bazaar.
Here’s this week’s curated MBP Harlem/Uptown News: Gale Brewer’s Weekly Newsletter she sends us every week.
Here’s this week’s curated MBP Harlem/Uptown News: Gale Brewer’s Weekly Newsletter she sends every week.
Alice Neel, January 28, 1900 – October 13, 1984, was a Harlem-based visual artist, who was known for her portraits depicting friends, family, lovers, poets, artists, and strangers.
Uptown’s Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Co-Chair of the Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus, Council Member Carlos Menchaca, Chairman of the Immigration Committee,
For those spending their summer in Uptown, New York, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy is proposing a singular way to explore the city with the launch of Fly Away with Books.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy’s ninth annual “Sacred Sites Open House” (May 18 & 19, 2019) offers New Yorkers the opportunity to explore many of the state’s world-class houses of worship.
AMNY reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo will be spending his New Year’s Eve underground. He’ll be taking a celebratory ride uptown Saturday night on the new Second Avenue subway extension, ahead of the line’s public opening on New Year’s Day.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights announces today a series of actions to provide New Yorkers with tools to report incidents of discrimination and harassment, as well as information for immigrant communities.
It’s common for Harlemites to regularly move around to different apartments and neighborhoods, but what about those residents who simply decide to stay… not just in life, but also in death?