Posts Tagged ‘Harlem’

Spread Love: Uptown Bounce Summer Nights Series

Spread Love: Uptown Bounce Summer Nights Series

July 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm UPTOWN BOUNCE kicks off with a cultural rewind to where it all began! At El Museo del Barrio, stop by for a studio visit in the galleries and a conversation with folklorist Elena Martínez from City Lore, who will illustrate the connections between art and music. Famed Puerto Rican DJ [...]


Uptown Tech Talk: The Amazon Fire Phone

Uptown Tech Talk: The Amazon Fire Phone

Much love to @ATT for letting me test drive that new @amazon Fire phone… #GameChanger pic.twitter.com/6jHdoEpXWK — Led Black (@Led_Black) July 17, 2014 Shout out to the good folks at AT&T for giving me the opportunity to test drive the brand new Amazon Fire Phone last week at their Mobility Tech Innovation Event. The Amazon [...]


Spread Love: The 32nd Annual Festival Santiago Apostol de Loiza a El Barrio

Spread Love: The 32nd Annual Festival Santiago Apostol de Loiza a El Barrio

The 32nd Annual Festival Santiago Apostal de Loiza a El Barrio takes place this week from July 25th to the 27th. The festival will be a free three-day cultural celebration located at 105th Street, between Lexington and Park Avenues. This year’s 32nd anniversary brings a diverse community together in celebration of a centuries’ old tradition [...]


Uptown Poetry: Frank Medina – Can You Feel Me

Uptown Poetry: Frank Medina - Can You Feel Me


Harlem: New York’s new tech hub? | CNN Money

Harlem: New York's new tech hub? | CNN Money

By Contessa Gayles  @CNNTech When people think of the fast-growing New York City tech scene, they think Silicon Alley in the posh neighborhoods of lower Manhattan — not 125th Street. Yet Harlem is getting a tech-led makeover, thanks to a new series of economic development initiatives aimed at combating the neighborhood’s infamous high unemployment rates [...]


Uptown Video: Dyckman Beer on CNN Español

Uptown Video: Dyckman Beer on CNN Español

CNN En Español recently did a great profile of our good friend Juan Camilo and the Dyckman Beer Co. It is truly amazing what they have been able to accomplish in such a short period of time. If you have never had a Dyckman Beer, then you need to change that sad state of affairs ASAP. [...]


18 reasons why living Uptown is the best | Thrillist New York

18 reasons why living Uptown is the best | Thrillist New York

By Eric Dobesh Whenever I tell someone I live “Uptown” which I’m loosely defining here as Manhattan above 125th Street, I prepare myself for the same followup: “How do you like it up there?”, delivered with a sort of half-wincing expression as though they’re expecting me to suddenly share a time when I saw a [...]


Indiegogo Spotlight: The Glenn White Project

Indiegogo Spotlight: The Glenn White Project

Glenn White is kind of a big deal. The saxophonist/composer/educator has performed alongside such notable musicians as Norah Jones, The Reigning Monarchs and Anya Marina, just to name a few. He has performed at South by Southwest, NYC’s Blue Note, Smalls and WNYC’s Greene Space. He is now hard at work on his latest full-length [...]


Uptown Video: Hit ‘Em Hard Showcase VI Cipha Ft. Sean Price

Uptown Video: Hit 'Em Hard Showcase VI Cipha Ft. Sean Price

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At Harlem Shambles, The Meat is Worth the Trip | Edible Manhattan

At Harlem Shambles, The Meat is Worth the Trip | Edible Manhattan

By Regina Schrambling We are living in the age of the destination meat market. Along with Dickson’s in the Chelsea Market and Heritage in the Essex Street Market, Harlem Shambles is, as Michelin would put it, vaut le voyage. Just walking into the shop, past the Slow Food snail on the door, is a trip. [...]


Today in Uptown History: Remembering the 1964 Harlem Riots

Today in Uptown History: Remembering the 1964 Harlem Riots

50 years ago today, 15-year-old James Powell was killed by a police officer, which led to riots on the streets of Harlem and beyond. Check out the audio piece on the turmoil courtesy of the indispensable WNYC. Via: The Brian Lehrer Show: Remembering the Harlem Riot of 1964 – WNYC.


8/16/14: Willie Colón @ Lehman Center for the Performing Arts

8/16/14: Willie Colón @ Lehman Center for the Performing Arts

By special request from the salseros; Willie Colon returns to Lehman Center, “La Casa de la Salsa” for an exclusive performance of all his greatest hits. De Vuelta al Barrio is an evening of remembrance of one of the best salsa eras. With his unique style, fans will enjoy El Gran Varon, Oh Que Sera, [...]


My Buddy the Super | NY Times

My Buddy the Super | NY Times

By JOANNE KAUFMAN When it’s dinnertime and Michele W. Miller’s husband, Jerome, has gone AWOL, Ms. Miller reflexively checks in with her co-op’s superintendent, Carlos Muñoz. Nine times out of 10, Mr. Miller is down in Mr. Muñoz’s apartment, where the two are watching sports, discussing their children or commiserating about their endless struggles to [...]


Uptown Tonight: Carolina Camacho @ Camaradas

Uptown Tonight: Carolina Camacho @ Camaradas


Greetings From Freedom City…

Greetings From Freedom City…

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Unless you have been living under a rock, you have seen the Freedom City logo. The iconic Park Bench stickers are quite literally ubiquitous in New York City. The brainchild of brothers Alvin and Alfonso Garcia, Freedom City has been producing out cool and conceptual streetwear since 2009. As it’s logo [...]


‘Romeo N Juliet,’ From the Classical Theatre of Harlem | NY Times

‘Romeo N Juliet,’ From the Classical Theatre of Harlem | NY Times

By ALEXIS SOLOSKI Hip-hop music from the nearby baseball diamond wafts into Verona. A stray tabby and a cloud of fireflies crowd its lanes. At “Romeo N Juliet,” a free performance staged in an amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park by the Classical Theater of Harlem, the distractions of an uptown summer evening compete with a [...]


A foaming franchise | Manhattan Times

A foaming franchise | Manhattan Times

Story and photos by Robin Elisabeth Kilmer Misugaru, anyone? It appears that there is more than kimchee and barbeque to savor from South Korea. Misugaru is a popular Korean beverage made of a prepackaged powder that contains five different grains, including black sesame seeds, black bean, black and brown rice and barley. The combination is [...]


Open For Business: Burger Heights

Open For Business: Burger Heights

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) The downpour of biblical proportions could not stop the masses from coming out to the soft opening of Burger Heights (177 Wadsworth Ave @ 182nd St) on Wednesday, July 2nd. For good reason, Burger Heights is belting out some seriously great burgers at a price that won’t break the bank. This [...]


Picture of the Week – The New Yorker Edition

Picture of the Week - The New Yorker Edition

The New Yorker cartoonist Bob Eckstein recently plunged into the 10-day citywide OutdoorFest, which resulted in some really cool images. The one above is from our neck of the woods. Click below to see the rest. Check out: New Yorkers Attempt the Outdoor Life Style : The New Yorker.


Working Without a Boss For Better Wages | WNYC

Working Without a Boss For Better Wages | WNYC

By Eleanor Stanford In New York City, 30 percent of workers earn minimum wage or less. In an effort to gain control over their pay and workplace conditions, some are turning to a centuries-old business model: cooperatives. In the past three years, 12 coops have been set up, doubling the city’s total. With the help [...]


Uptown Love: Free Summer Meals for Kids

Uptown Love: Free Summer Meals for Kids


New Music: Cam’ron – 1st of the Month EP

New Music: Cam'ron - 1st of the Month EP


GQ Magazine Highlights Harlem Style

GQ Magazine Highlights Harlem Style

The standard for men’s fashion, GQ Magazine, came uptown to show love to a few outstanding individuals from different fields that exude that Harlem cool. Such folks as Jazz musician Jon Batiste, rappers Camron and ASAP Mob as well as visual artists, models and entrepreneurs. Check it out: Harlem Reshuffled | GQ Magazine


An Inwood Apartment Fits the Bill | NY Times

An Inwood Apartment Fits the Bill | NY Times

By JOYCE COHEN After two years of touring the country with traveling shows and “making $200 or $300 a week, plus free housing,” Matt Payne had had enough. So, around four years ago, Mr. Payne, who is from Lexington, Ky., and studied musical theater at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., moved to New York. He [...]

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