The earliest means of transportation around New York City Harbor, from Harlem to Brooklyn and Staten Island and to trading was moored offshore was rowboats from 96th Street to 155th 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 Friday, May 10th, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harlem on 145th Street unveiled its new state-of-the-art Center of Innovation, designed to spark youth’s interest in science, technology, engineering, Continue Reading →
NY Sports Today reports that while the debate continues on about where New York City Football Club will eventually find a home, a stone’s throw from their current home, Yankee Continue Reading →
At the end of the 1800’s, rowing clubs of Harlem, New York City, Long Island and Hoboken would hold regattas and invited women to participate in the rowing races,
Around the 1840’s Harlem and New York City was the birthplace of rowing in the United States and continued to be the center of rowing activity until the 1950’s.
The New York Rowing Association (the “Association”) was founded by returning civil war veterans in Harlem.
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