What did your place look like in the 20s or 30s?
The Schomburg Center opened its archives to reveal menus from the Cotton Club and other Harlem eateries.
The booze-filled tour will begin April 19, organizers said.
The show, which features a dress worn by Lauren Bacall, opened Friday at the FIT Museum in Chelsea.
A new photo exhibition at New-York Historical Society commemorates the Civil Rights March of 1965.
The Morrisania Doll Society will host a doll show Saturday and Sunday.
Eight businesses are participating in the Harlem holiday window display.
Robert Snyder's book "Crossing Broadway" traces the neighborhood's many changes through the years.
Clove Road played a role in the American Revolution, according to those behind a community art project.
The president wrote a letter asking to buy mammoth fossils, according to recently released letters.
1000 Dean Street is among dozens of sites that will open to the public through Open House New York.
Here are some fun things to do in Harlem this weekend.
City is hiring a new park director, allowing the center and its bathrooms to reopen after long hiatus.
A historian will discuss the Great Trolley Strike of 1895, when workers brought transit to a halt.
Visitors taking the tour can decide if a reconstructed Orchard Street apartment is up to 1901 codes.
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