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Drifting in Daylight: A Magical Moment along the Harlem Meer

The Harlem Meer is one of my favorite places — not only in New York but the whole world. It’s a calming oasis to escape the noise and grit of the Manhattan grid where tourists rarely venture and locals cherish as … Continue reading

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Metrodeck: The Art of the Subway Fare

How many times have you tossed aside your used MetroCard, not thinking twice about where it could possibly end up? Well, it just might have ended up in the creative hands of Norman Ibarra. Norm is a talented NYC-based communication … Continue reading

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Art on Wheels: Graffiti Trucks of NYC

Walk around East Harlem and you’ll see some of the most amazing graffiti in not only the city but the world. From the Graffiti Hall of Fame on 106th to the murals that dot the neighborhood, there’s plenty to keep … Continue reading

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Art on the Streets of East Harlem

If you spend an afternoon wandering around East Harlem, you’ll immediately notice all of the amazing street art. From gorgeous murals to brilliant graffiti to intricate tile designs, beauty is everywhere. But if you live here and stroll by these … Continue reading

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Love Thy Neighbor – Art for Change

Living in Spanish Harlem is always fresh. Perhaps, not the air, but definitely the energy. Come spring, this neighborhood comes alive the second the faintest hint of sweet, warm springness touches El Barrio. It’s a good time to reflect on … Continue reading

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The Murals of La Marqueta

Up at 115th and Park Avenue, some exciting developments are happening at La Marqueta, a long time public market under the Metro-North tracks. We’ll be posting more about this neighborhood landmark in the coming months, but first we thought we’d … Continue reading

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