By Orlando Lee Rodriguez Anyone who knows New York City and its romance with baseball will tell you that, in the 1940s and 50s, the
It seems like a lot more people are heeding Duke Ellington’s advice and are taking the “A Train”. The two neighborhoods, both along the ‘A’
By Orlando Lee Rodriguez Back in the 1950’s, an influx of less educated residents began to overtake Harlem’s Ivy League graduates, doctors, lawyers and business
Two new retail tenants on the once desolate strip of Eighth Avenue in Harlem are continuing the shopping makeover of the one-time ‘American Gangster’ neighborhood.
After close to 10 years of bureaucratic red tape, balancing community concerns and raising capital investment, a new development is set to rise at the