Washington Heights Churches

Posted by in Children, Community, Family, History, Local Services, Locals, Other, Places of Worship

These Washington Heights churches are not just places of worship. They’re architectural masterpieces that offer an awe-inspiring look into the past. The interior of many of them reflecting changes that have taken place in over a century. The religious institutions of Washington Heights reflect the rich history of the neighborhood. Take a moment to visit one of the churches listed below and read our guide to learn more about them. A spiritual journey is awaiting!

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Pictures of The GWB

Posted by in Community, Convenience Services, Locals, Other, Street Scenes, Transportation

The GWB is statuesque and beautiful from every angle! It’s a long-relied upon mode of transportation, and a Washington Heights landmark as well.  Below are some pictures of the George Washington Bridge taken from my iPhone.  To get your full fix of Washington Heights photos, be sure to follow us on Instagram!

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Washington Heights Street Art

Posted by in Art, Featured, Locals, Museums, Other, Street Scenes

Washington Heights street art can be found throughout our wonderful neighborhood.  In addition to the landmarks and institutions of our uptown neighborhood, you can enjoy an entire day of aesthetic pleasure just by walking around!  Please find some of the best below!  And for more street scenes, be sure to check us out on Instagram.

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Photos from the 2016 Medieval Festival at Fort Tryon Park

Posted by in Children, Community, Events, Family, Food & Drink, Locals, Other

Each year, many New Yorkers and tourists alike travel north to Fort Tryon Park to celebrate the Medieval Festival. I took some photos this year to give you a taste of what’s in store for years to come! To learn more about this event, check out this link from the Met Museum.

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A Brief History of Washington Heights

Posted by in Community, History, Locals, Other, Street Scenes

Washington Heights was off to an exciting start from the very beginning. Amongst the neighborhood’s hilly landscape took place one of the turning points in the Revolutionary War. Ever since then, this green corner on the north end of Manhattan has attracted immigrants from around the world. Read below to learn about the events that have shaped one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in the city.

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Washington Heights Hotels

Posted by on Oct 27, 2016 in Hotels, Other

Those looking to stay in Washington Heights have a few main options, from modern and luxurious to old and charming.  Here are four Washington Heights hotels to bookmark before your trip.

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