By Lana Bortolot Known for its plenitude of parks, the far north neighborhood of Inwood just came a little closer to looking like the rest of Manhattan with the opening of the area’s first Starbucks. The ubiquitous coffee-shop chain opened at 4761 Broadway on the corner of Dyckman Street on Dec. 26. But just a […]
This High Bridge Art Lab proposal is AMAZING http://www.archdaily.com/122774/high-bridge-artlab-in-situ-studio/ #washingtonheights March 27, 2011 5:32 pm via webReplyRetweetFavorite @matthewgallaway Matthew Gallaway The “walk” from Washington Heights to the Highbridge community takes over an hour. The journey requires two subway lines and excursions along non-pedestrian roads and bridges. History offers a better image of connectivity. Prior to […]
With baseball season just underway, I recently started to reminisce how growing up in the Heights back in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s the only team that has ever mattered is the New York Yankees. As a kid, we played sponge ball, softball and ultimately baseball pretending to throw, catch and hit like our favorite Yankees while playing in the school yard at PS 173 and the fields of J. Hood Wright Park.