Posts Tagged ‘Upper Manhattan’

10/24/17: The Art of Healing Opening Reception

10/24/17: The Art of Healing Opening Reception

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and NewYork Presbyterian Allen Hospital present The Art of Healing. Featuring work by Uptown artists who are exploring the theme of healing, whether figuratively, conceptually, literally, or abstractly. Participating Artists: Francisco Donoso, Trisha Gupta, Jeanne F. Jalandoni Art and Diana Schmertz Guest curated by Gabriel de Guzman, Curator and Director of […]


The Fix: Audubon – Not So Perfect

The Fix: Audubon – Not So Perfect

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Spread Love: Unity In Progress Mural

Spread Love: Unity In Progress Mural

“Unity is something that not only the Inwood community should have but the whole world” declared student Meliza Cepeda. Hers was the winning design for “Unity in Progress,” a mural recently painted by students from the youth program at Inwood Community Services and Inwood Academy for Leadership led by local teaching artist Reynaldo García Pantaleón. […]


Uptown Video: Desus & Mero Chop It Up With Rep. Adriano Espaillat

Uptown Video: Desus & Mero Chop It Up With Rep. Adriano Espaillat

The always funny Desus & Mero recently had Congressman Adriano Espaillat on the show and boy was it funny. They asked him about Cardi B, chancletas and much more. Check it out below.


Call For Artists: The Art of Healing

Call For Artists: The Art of Healing

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with NY–Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, is seeking submissions for NoMAA’s next exhibition entitled “The Art of Healing”. Guest-curated by Gabriel de Guzman (Curator of Visual Arts at Wave Hill), this exhibition will present work by uptown artists who are exploring the theme of healing, whether figuratively, conceptually, literally, or […]


Call For Artists – The New Bench

Call For Artists – The New Bench

Call for artists: The New Bench – Examining the bench as a social construct July 25 Submission deadline, Artist stipend: $700 Apply online: http://ow.ly/6PxK30dpaDk The New Bench is a series of public art projects that challenge our ideas around parks, communal places and how we co-exist within these spaces. Artists are invited to conceptualize a park […]


Rowhouse Residents Want Historic District Expanded | NY Times

Rowhouse Residents Want Historic District Expanded | NY Times

By JAMES BARRON “What we have is 12 houses,” Matthew Spady said, walking down a ski-slope-steep street in Washington Heights, in Upper Manhattan — 12 houses that have stood together in an unbroken row since the president was William McKinley and the mayor was Robert Van Wyck, who tends nowadays to figure in rush-hour rants […]


Black Cowboys, Busting One of America’s Defining Myths | The New Yorker

Black Cowboys, Busting One of America's Defining Myths | The New Yorker

By Emily Raboteau In a 2016 portrait by the photographer Brad Trent, an older black woman poses on a bale of hay, a white Stetson hat on her head and a pair of hand-tooled cowboy boots on her feet. The fringe on her leather jacket flows downward, as do her knee-length dreadlocks, which echo the […]


Spread Love: Selections @ Elizabeth Dee

Spread Love: Selections @ Elizabeth Dee

The Elizabeth Dee Gallery will be debuting it’s newest initiative this weekend. Entitled Selections, the exhibition series is all about shining a much-needed light on emerging artists. Works included in Selections are chosen by esteemed curators, who are actively engaged with the up and coming artistic voices shaping our society. Elizabeth Dee has tapped culturally […]


Call for artists – “Utopia” exhibition

Call for artists – “Utopia” exhibition

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with New York–Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, welcomes submissions for NoMAA’s next exhibition titled “Utopia,” curated by Leanne Stella, Director, Art In FLUX, under the Art In FLUX 2017 curatorial theme, “Re-Imagining a City.” Artists are invited to present artworks that use art and play as catalysts […]


The Harlem Hip at Lenox Saphire | The New Yorker

The Harlem Hip at Lenox Saphire | The New Yorker

By Nicolas Niarchos There are two reasons Phil Young is an uptown legend. First, for his work as a florist: for many years, he ran the Carolina Flower Shop, one of Harlem’s oldest and most beloved stores. Second, for his drumming: in the early sixties, when Phil was in his teens, his band won a […]


The Fix: Audubon – Exile

The Fix: Audubon - Exile

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography: Emmanuel Abreu (@EAbreuVisuals) Uptown’s own Audubon is back with another super solid project. The long anticipated Exile does not disappoint. The project is lush, dense and downright dope. Audubon has bars, the man can sing and the production is top notch. What more can you ask for? By the way, […]


The Hug at the White House | Manhattan Times

The Hug at the White House | Manhattan Times

Story by Gregg McQueen This sleuth went from subway surfing to star-gazing at the White House. While riding the subway recently, nine-year-old Harlem resident Ian Aquino provided train directions to a lost tourist, helping the man reach his destination. Though the man had asked Aquino’s mother, Susan Montes, for assistance, it was the youngster who responded. “At […]


Novelist Puts Washington Heights Apartment On The Market For $1.3 Million

Novelist Puts Washington Heights Apartment On The Market For $1.3 Million

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Who knew that the former editor of Russian GQ magazine had a crib Uptown? Novelist Michael Idov, who is based in Berlin, has put his swank pied-à-terre in the stately edifice at 790 Riverside Drive on the market for a cool $1.3 million, according to the New York Post. Located in […]


A Young Black Girl’s View Of Harlem At The Height Of The Great Migration | The New Yorker

A Young Black Girl's View Of Harlem At The Height Of The Great Migration | The New Yorker

By Emily Raboteau Mildred Harris was born in South Carolina in 1926. She moved to Harlem as a baby, when her parents, Eddie and Jessie Mae Harris, joined the wave of African-Americans fleeing the South as part of the Great Migration. Mildred and her siblings—there would eventually be eight children altogether—grew up moving from building […]


Sunday Sermon: Out of the Shadows

Sunday Sermon: Out of the Shadows

After studying Film in The City College of New York and Biblical Theology at Elim Bible Institute, Rich has committed to discovering the faithful marriage between those two passions. Through a variety of speaking experiences, Rich has grown into a unique storyteller and thought-leader in faith, family, the arts and the Hispanic-American experience. In 2011 […]


12/11/2016: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Pumpkin House

12/11/2016: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Pumpkin House

Ever Want to Find Out About the PUMPKIN HOUSE?  Here’s your CHANCE! December 11, 2016 3 to 5 pm Community Room – Castle Village 110 Cabrini Blvd. North of the George Washington Bridge, on a steep precipice above the West Side Highway rises the Pumpkin House, so-called because of its eerie appearance when viewed from […]


Radical Hope | The New Yorker

Radical Hope | The New Yorker

By Junot Díaz Querida Q.: I hope that you are feeling, if not precisely better, then at least not so demoralized. On Wednesday, after he won, you reached out to me, seeking advice, solidarity. You wrote, My two little sisters called me weeping this morning. I had nothing to give them. I felt bereft. What […]


“Jane the Virgin” narrator explains his unique, unseen role: “He’s kind of Jane’s spirit animal” | Salon

“Jane the Virgin” narrator explains his unique, unseen role: “He’s kind of Jane’s spirit animal” | Salon

BY Mary Elizabeth Williams The first thing you notice when you talk to Anthony Mendez, the narrator from “Jane the Virgin,” is that he doesn’t have a Spanish accent in real life. OMG! But even with his off-duty voice, he’s still a smooth talker. The Bronx-born star took an unlikely path to his unseen stardom, […]


Time Travel Tuesdays: A Curbside Sermon From Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker | NY Times

Time Travel Tuesdays: A Curbside Sermon From Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker | NY Times

The Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker served as chief of staff for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from 1960 to 1964 and spent nearly four decades as the pastor of Canaan Baptist Church of Christ, in Harlem. In this photo, from April 5, 1970, he is taking his message to the streets. Although it […]


The Fix: Dyckman United – Where I’m From

The Fix: Dyckman United - Where I'm From


At Harlem Cycle, Fitness Classes That Speak to the Soul | NY Times

At Harlem Cycle, Fitness Classes That Speak to the Soul | NY Times

By TARIRO MZEZEWA When Tammeca Rochester met with the fitness instructor Charles Tyler to discuss opening the first boutique cycling studio above 92nd Street, the two clicked immediately, she said. “We wanted people to come and hear the music they heard on ‘Soul Train’; the music they heard in church; music that made them want […]


Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College | NY Times

Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College | NY Times

By KYLE SPENCER Around midnight on June 30, 1998, Juan Echevarria, a 23-year-old principal in a drug crew, ran into a crack dealer on a Harlem street corner. What ensued, he later told the police, was an argument over money. In those days, Mr. Echevarria would case New York City in a bulletproof vest, often […]


Conan O’Brien Takes Tour of Harlem Before New York Shows | Entertainment Weekly

Conan O'Brien Takes Tour of Harlem Before New York Shows | Entertainment Weekly

By Nick Maslow Conan O’Brien is making new friends in New York City and getting a new hairdo along the way. On Monday’s Conan, the late night host headed out in Harlem, where he’s filming the next week of his shows at the famed Apollo Theater. Ever the charismatic man-on-the-street interviewer, O’Brien first caught up […]

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