The Baylander (IX-514), long since retired from naval service has found it’s way up the Hudson and is docked at the West Harlem Piers off 125th street.
By Seth Fera-Schanes The culmination of years (that turned into decades) of digging and construction was realized today with the public opening of the second avenue subway line. I took a trip on the inaugural ride and enjoyed every moment of it. The train line consists of 3 […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes If I had to rate my garden this season it would be a solid 10 out of 10. What can I say, I have a green thumb…. Or more likely the case, my neighbors helped guide me on what to plant, how to plant it, […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes There was a raspberry bush in a park near my house where I grew up. I’ll point out this was very much a suburban park but we would go pick those raspberries during the summer months. What is so immensely satisfying about this little act […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes A fifth year now the Harlem Arts Festival has come to Marcus Garvey park in Central Park. And another year it has been a shining example of the local arts scene and a fantastic community event. The festival brought together over 43 musicians, dancers, singers […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The Harlem Arts Festival is back at Marcus Garvey Park this weekend (June 25th-26th!) We covered the festivities last year and it really is a wonderful community event. You can easily access the park by most NYC subway lines exiting at the 125th street stop […]
By Jeremy Sierra There are subscription services for movies, wine, music, clothes, and even dinner. Now, if you live in Lower Manhattan, there’s one for coffee. If you like to be on a first name basis with your barista and you live or work in the financial district, […]