Posts Tagged ‘James Estrin’

From Black-and-White Negatives, a Positive View of Harlem | NY Times

From Black-and-White Negatives, a Positive View of Harlem | NY Times

By James Estrin On Aug. 8, 1966, The New York Times ran an article about how many Harlem residents wished more white people would visit to see for themselves their community’s reality. The article, by McCandlish Phillips, detailed in an almost anthropological way the Harlem of 1966 to Times readers. “A curtain of fear, about […]


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#InstagramUptown: #walkbroadway

Enjoying a lovely evening on Broadway in Washington Heights. I'm walking The length of Broadway. #walkbroadway #broadway #washingtonheights #walks #manhattan #nightlife #nytphoto @nytphotos A photo posted by James Estrin (@jamesestrin) on Oct 16, 2015 at 8:02pm PDT We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us […]


After Rumble on the Harlem River, a New Crew Takes Over the Sharp Boathouse | NY Times

After Rumble on the Harlem River, a New Crew Takes Over the Sharp Boathouse | NY Times

By ROBIN FINN AMANDA KRAUS stood in her favorite spot on the second-floor deck of the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse, which floats in a cove on the Harlem River where Dyckman Street meets the Harlem River Drive. She watched as a pair of $45,000 shells, each propelled by a gaggle of high school students, eight […]


At Yeshiva University, a Wealth of Books for Sale – NYTimes.com

By Joseph Berger Those who mourn the metamorphosis of books made of paper into digital versions for e-readers can find some solace by taking a trip to Washington Heights in Manhattan. There, in a cavernous hall on its campus, Yeshiva University is holding its annual seforim sale — its book fair. It offers 150,000 new […]

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