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Spread Love: The 4th Annual Inwood Film Festival

Once again, it’s on. The fourth annual Inwood Film Festival starts today and runs until March 16th at the Campbell Sports Center. The festival boasts 33 films and is a celebration of Inwood in particular and Uptown in general.…

Lost Inwood - Indian Road Cafe

5/5/15: Lost Inwood @ Indian Road Café

LOST INWOOD: slides, photos, and artifacts from our neighborhood’s past Tuesday, May 5th @ 7:30PM Indian Road Café (600 W 218th St) This month: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About The Dyckman Farmhouse(s)* *But Were Afraid to Ask…

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Another Groupon Uptown Steal – Indian Road Café

You only have a few hours left to get this awesome deal. Indian Road Café is a truly exceptional establishment that is a culinary extension of the majestic Inwood Hill Park. If you have already been there, then you…

Throw Back Thursdays: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) For this week’s Throwback, I chose one of my fave posts, Daily Grind: Jason Minter & the Indian Road Café. First of all, Jason is such an awesome guy and…

Daily Grind: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) If there is one word to describe Indian Road Café (218th and Indian Road), it is character. Indian Road Café simply and quietly exudes outsized portions of character, charm, and…

My Groupon/Garden Café Power Lunch

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) I would be remiss if I didn’t give a shout out to the good folks at Groupon for selecting Uptown establishments 2 weeks in a row. First it was the mighty Indian Road Café &…

Put You On: Groupon's Indian Road Café Steal

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) It was Uptown Collective contributor, Sara Martinez (@SaritaONER) that put me on to this tremendous deal by the good folks at Groupon. Get this; you get $30 worth of lunch, dinner and drinks for a…

SUBWAY MAP + SHARPIE = ART

BY Led Black The City Room section of the New York Times recently ran a profile on Inwood street artist, Enrico Miguel Thomas. You can usually find Enrico at 72nd street and Broadway, hard at work capturing the hustle…