New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray will speak at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday, May 20 as over 2,000 of houses of worship and community groups across the nation address mental health and addiction in their communities between May 18-20. Continue Reading →
Landmarks are more than grand spaces and historic finishes from Harlem to Hollis. While infrequently seen – except mid-renovation – seemingly mundane archaic structural systems, including the once commonly specified floor assemblies that incorporated terra cotta and cinder concrete, are an important part of the history of technology. Continue Reading →
Daniel Edgar Sickles, October 20, 1819 – May 3, 1914, was an American politician, soldier, and diplomat. Sickles spent allot of time in Harlem, visiting his brother John Sickles who lived on “123rd Street, Northside just west of Second Avenue,” giving speeches and organizing during the Civil War in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
John F. Kennedy may have been Boston-born and DC-based, but his love affair with Harlem, New York is the stuff of legends. Continue Reading →
Photographs By Seitu Oronde
On Easter Sunday, (April 5, 2015) Seitu had the opportunity to hop around to see Easter bonnets in all their extreme as “paraders” wander along Fifth Avenue from 49th to 57th Streets in mid-town NY. Continue Reading →
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