Two In Critical Condition After SUV And MTA Bus Collide In Harlem (Update)

A total of six people were injured, two of whom are in critical condition, after an SUV rear-ended an MTA bus in the area of 125th Street and Park Avenue in East Harlem, right near the Metro North train station, according to city fire and police officials. Continue Reading →

Pedestrians Struck In Harlem

Pedestrians have been struck in the area of 125th Street and Park Avenue in Harlem, right near the Metro North train station, according to the FDNY. Continue Reading →

First Look At H&M’s New Minimalist (& Possibly Harlem Chic) Line

We all know about the H&M store on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., across from the Studio Museum In Harlem, so even though Arket hasn’t even opened yet, and it’s already causing a fashion frenzy. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s 125th Street Is Going “to Look Like 34th Street” Next Year

On a sunny April afternoon, 125th Street is a study in contrasts. Starting on the East Side near the Triborough Bridge, aging industrial buildings and a shuttered Pathmark give way to a bustling shopping district. Continue Reading →

104th Street And Broadway, Harlem, New York 1910

In the photo above, we can see a lot of street-level action and detail from fashion to transportation to interesting store signage at 104th Street and Broadway, Harlem, New York, 1910. Continue Reading →

Applebee’s Closes Its Harlem Location

The latest restaurant we are saying chow baby is a Harlem location of nationwide mega-chain Applebee’s. Continue Reading →

Road Closure Planned On 125th Street In Harlem

In order to erect a girder for a new bridge span, the NYC Department of Transportation has announced full overnight closures of the Harlem River Drive between East 125th Street and East 132nd Street in Manhattan from March 6th through March 11th. Continue Reading →

125th Street From 6th Avenue, Harlem, New York 1891 (Update)

125th street lookin west

A great print image from 125th Street from 6th Ave. Looking West (aka Lenox Avenue, and today Malcolm X), Harlem, New York, 1891.

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