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Spread Love: Nuevayorkinos

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nuevayorkinos (@nuevayorkinos) on Mar 19, 2019 at 11:45am PDT We are here and have been here for quite some time. The forces of gentrification, capital and power are doing their…

From Inwood To Vietnam

Edward Hagan was only 22 years old when he left the comforts of his beloved Inwood neighborhood to serve as an American military advisor to the South Vietnamese during the Vietnam War. In his riveting essay in The Irish…

Hurricane Sandy - Corcho Wine Room

Hurricane Sandy 5 Years Later: An Uptown Retrospective

Photography by Emil Baez, Emmanuel Abreu, Wallace Flores & Paul Lomax On October 29, 2012 Hurricane Sandy walloped the East Coast and unleashed extensive damage on New York and New Jersey. Some parts of these 2 states are still…

Nagle Cemetery 212th Street, 1925.

The Old Nagle Cemetery | My Inwood

By Cole Thompson In mid-17th century Jan Nagle and Jan Dyckman traveled to the New World and settled in northern Manhattan. For more than two centuries the families farmed the land, raised cattle, planted orchards, built bridges and homes…