By LIGAYA MISHAN The description “ground mildly spiced chickpeas” does not prepare you for what arrives, which looks less like a self-sufficient dish than a sauce or a displaced soup, as red as the desert. It’s not that mild, either, thanks to a nice shock of berbere, an Ethiopian spice blend dominated by red chile, […]
Growing up in Uptown NYC, a trip to the grocery store isn’t just a trip to the grocery store. It’s a time to getaway and say whats up to friends, go on adventure, see things and share your world with friends. I hope we never lose that sense of faith and adventure as we grow […]
Produced by RedArmy, the latest banger from GDA is a prelude to the forthcoming MatteBlackII. Stay tuned for more… Business before pleasure indeed!
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By DONATELLA LORCH Published: August 7, 1989 For the 3,500 people who crowd its concrete grounds and bleachers on summer weekends, the Highbridge Pool in upper Manhattan is a haven from simmering streets and hot non-air-conditioned apartments. But it is not a haven from the violence of a neighborhood that the police call Crack Central. […]
By Lindsay Armstrong WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Marcell Miranda loved to cook. Her specialties included lasagna and flan, and if you were a family member or friend — or even a friend-of-a-friend — you never went hungry. “She had an open door policy,” said her brother Radhy Miranda, 25. “If someone heard she was cooking and […]
By JEFF GORDINIER I moved to New York from the West Coast 20 years ago, but only this summer was I introduced to a little-known fact about the island of Manhattan: If you take the A train all the way to its northern terminus, you wind up in Seattle. Debark at 207th Street and amble […]
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The Incredible Story Of Eliza Jumel: Once America’s Richest Woman, Now A Ghost In Washington Heights | Gothamist
BY Danielle Oteri (@feastonhistory) In 1921, the Daughters of the American Revolution held an auction to rid the oldest house in Manhattan of any trace of its former inhabitant, Eliza Bowen Jumel, once the richest woman in America. Jumel was not the chaste ideal of a colonial woman typically beatified by the DAR. There were […]
Story by Monica Barnkow Not your father’s joint. So say the new owners of the latest offering that seeks to woo lovers of that enduring classic, the burger. Burger Heights, officially opened earlier this month, bills itself as the “first all-natural, hormone and antibiotic free quick service burger restaurant.” The bright, welcoming eatery offers both […]
By Lindsay Armstrong WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — An uptown actor and playwright is raising money to produce his first show, which is set entirely on the George Washington Bridge and deals with issues of child molestation and suicide. Reza Salazar, 29, created an Indiegogo campaign to raise $3,500 to help him produce “Incognito,” one of 41 […]
By Lindsay Armstrong INWOOD — An urgent care center is on the way to the neighborhood. Mount Sinai Hospital plans to open the only urgent care facility in the area later this year on the ground floor of Inwood Center at 5030 Broadway. The center will treat patients with non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses that require […]
Check out the video of last month’s Hit Em Hard showcase featuring Sean Price below.
By Lindsay Armstrong A Dyckman Street deli that has been part of the neighborhood for more than a quarter of a century will close its doors next week due to an increase in the cost of its space, the owner said. The Dyckman Seaman Grocery, located at the intersection of Dyckman Street and Seaman Avenue, […]