Landmarks East Harlem and the Urban Archive have a great piece on St. Cecilia’s Church on East 106th Street between Park/Lexington:
Here is the church in the 19th Century:
By the 1940’s the area had built up (note the white hospital complex on 5th Avenue and Central Park in the distance, above the Metro North train viaduct):
Today, the bright red brick facade highlights St. Cecilia in the center, under the pediment.
Spooky Stories. You and your little ones are invited to Jackie Robinson Park Wed Oct 27th 2pm to hear Spooky Stories read by NYC nannies!!!
When you vote on November 2, you’ll be asked about ballot initiatives. Gothamist breaks them down for you, here: