By Seth Fera-Schanes The Harlem Meer is a lake located at the north eastern corner of Central Park. It is easily accessible by the 2,3 train or the B,C or 6 trains but those require a little additional walking time. If you decide to head up to the […]
Yes, Langston Hughes lived from 1947 until his death in 1967 in a central Harlem Brownstone and is easily accessible from the 2 and 3 subway lines at the 125th street stop. If you live in New York or are just visiting, I would suggest the following mini-walking tour for both a cultural and architectural experience.
I have news for you, Harlem is happening. And you should go there now.
By Seth Fera-Schanes An afternoon with your camera in Harlem is a great way to get to know the neighborhood. As with most parts of New York City, the neighborhood is subdivided even further into West, East, Central (and I recently heard North and South but I am […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The weather decided to jump from the mid-30’s to a sunny 55 degree day today. This meant people were out on the streets enjoying Sunday afternoon and getting their Thanksgiving grocery shopping done a little early this year. As for me, I opted to walk […]
By Denise Oliveira Still looking for something artsy to do this weekend? Check out Field Day, a 2-day festival created by The Laundromat Project, where you can both see and make art, all while getting immersed in three distinct New York neighborhoods. On Saturday from noon to 5 in Harlem […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Ottomanelli’s Wine and Burger Bar, located on 111th street and 5th avenue in Harlem offers live jazz on Saturday and Sunday, featuring the talented Stephanie Jones (who also brings her Jazz knowledge to Full Access as a contributing editor.) The Ottomanelli in the name of the […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Located uptown and accessible by the A,B,C and D trains the James Bailey Mansion is worth a quick visit. You can get close to the house for pictures but it is privately owned so you will not get to go inside to explore. The house […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Looking for a chill coffee spot with free internet, good coffee, friendly staff and snacks? Now take that one step further and you also want a place that serves a nice selection of beer and wine? Well, then Lenox Coffee in Harlem is your place. […]
Just wanted to send out a few pics from the Sam Kirk art exhibition going on through October 15th in East Harlem.