Saturday, April 19, 2008

The Beat on the Street:
Harlem, A Pedestrian's Life ....

This week has seen not only the blossoming of nature in New York City, but also a blossoming of public life and activity, particularly in Harlem.

Flesh, energy and vibrant self-expression are returning to public view after months of hibernation. HarlemOneStop has collected a cross-section of online footage in an effort to present a flowering glimpse Harlem's of pedestrian vitality.


The Rhythm of the Street...

Night View, Central Harlem and Morningside Heights

Elevated Station, Broadway IRT at 125th Street

On Broadway, 125th Street below Elevated Broadway IRT

Street Preacher, Lenox Avenue

"God gave Noah the rainbow sign,
No more water, the fire next time

Hydrant Spray, LaSalle Street and Broadway

Harlem Fire, Malcolm X Boulevard at 116th Street

The Dance of the Street...

Swing, Jazzmobile - 135th Street

Drum Circle, Marcus Garvey Park

Harlem DJ, Wagner Houses

Wagner Day, Wagner House Dance Party

Sunday Jazz, Harlem Meer, Central Park
The Sons of Thunder


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