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The Little Red Lighthouse Festival 2012

#TheGramUptown: Shine Your Light

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Say Word: Ken Rocking Dapper Dan For His B-Day

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Dapper Dan (@dapperdanharlem) No we are not playing familia. That is Barbie’s Ken wearing Dapper Dan and timbs. Who knew Ken was down with Uptown style? The King of Uptown…

UC Must-See: Are You Listening?: The Future of Us

Inspired by the HBO award-winning series, Habla, Are You Listening is a content series, bought to you by HBO Max’s Pa’lante! initiative, that reflects on the topics that matter to the Latinx community. “The Future of Us” highlights five…

Rainy Day - 181st Street

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: A Miracle On 181st Street

Just call it a miracle on 181st Street! The busway is OPEN and we're getting residents in Washington Heights where they need to go quickly and efficiently. Let's roll! pic.twitter.com/aWOLGeSWDy — City of New York (@nycgov) May 7, 2021…

In The Heights Releases Characters Posters

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Uptown Collective (@uptowncollectiv) The anticipation keeps building… With that said, In the Heights added fuel to that fire with the release of these In The Heights character posters, which are…

UC Love: The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad is one of our favorite books from one of our favorite authors, Colson Whitehead. Well, guess what? It has been adapted to a series by none other than Barry Jenkins. The book is a masterpiece that…

In The Heights – Change The World

The anticipation for In The Heights is reaching a fever pitch. This is the special Oscar night trailer that premiered yesterday. Enjoy. The creator of Hamilton and the director of Crazy Rich Asians invite you to a cinematic event,…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: Change Is Possible

I know that yesterday's verdict did not eradicate inequality. But for me, it did three things: it fueled my belief that change is possible; it game me hope that all of us, ordinary people, can contribute significantly; and it…