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Helen | mzscarlettdigs@aol.com
They trying to close Julia Richman and give property to Hunter College. See bottom left on this page to help save
our high school. Mucho gracias. Check out the school at jrec, after that word type dot org. See bottom to SAVE SCHOOL.
16 November 2006 - NY

Juan H.ortiz | jho1234@hot.rr.com
Request information on the whereabout, Hector Gonzalez, Was a merchant Marine, during the end of WW11 and part of 1950. Puerto Rican but moved to N.Y. on the early 1949. From Ponce, ( Barrio Belgica ) calle #3, Su Padre fabricaba Tabaco Hilado,en ese tiempo. Please contact J.O. T. at
15 November 2006 - USA

Bob Jacovino | RJACOVINO@hvc.rr.com
Donna, I hung out with Robert Cerrato on 104th.I think his dad's name was also Robert.the Robert I hung out with would be about 52 years old now.Do you know where he might be now?.I dont remember a Joe Melendez.my grandparents lived on 117th between 1st and Pleasant
8 November 2006

Juan Torres | jho1234@hot.rr.com
Looking for the following person, from New York, Manhattan, 1952 until the project on 62nd street terminated.That is a long time to remember, The person I,am looking is or was from Ponce, Puerto Rico, His name is Miguel Monsanto martinez. He had a brother that died during the 60mera.His family all were from " Barrio Belgica in Ponce, P.R.
4 November 2006 - USA

Joe Acosta | joe_acosta@yahoo.com
Wow. I grow up on 105st bet Lex & Park Avenues. I attended Commander Shea. Served in St Cecilias as an alter boy and played in Green Park 106 3rd and Lex. I remember the Gran Combo coming to town and plaing at Green Park. I also played at the park behind the buidings next to the convent 106st. The old neighborhood has changed but the memories stayed the same.
My brother Junito still lives there. I know he still remembers those days but lucky for him he can sill add to his Barrio Memories. You guys are awesome with this web site and the St Cecilia Church. I remember practicing music with Joe Bataan and the fellas in the old school on 106st. Madison & Park I recorded my first album while in the Barrio, played Christophers, 116st dances and Pozo's on 116st. Thanks for the memories. I sound like Bob Hope Hey, Gracias
28 October 2006 - Yonkers, NY

Donna | Donnamarie024@aol.com
Bob Jacovino.I hung out with Robert on 116st.Did you know Joe Melendez too?.Do u know where Robert is now?
19 October 2006 - New Jersey

Donna | Donnamarie024@aol.com
Bob Jacovino,I know Robert Cerrato.I use to hang out with him on 116st.with Joe Melendez too.Do you know where Robert is now?
13 October 2006 - I live in Jersey

Helen Phillips | salako83@hotmail.com
Hi Patty Brown. I remember you and your sister Winnie very well. I lived in 446 on the first floor. seeing your post made me think of "Bucky", and his brothers.remember them? So good to read you.
4 October 2006

Vincent Caldeon | vincent247@sbcglobal.net
YO MAN WHATS UP MY PEOPLE,, I WAS BORN AND RAISED IN EAST HARLEM 124TH WAGNER PROJ 2385 1ST AVE,BACK IN THE 60S I USE TO HANG OUT ON 2ND AVE ALSO PALADINO AVE TO ALL MY PEEPS LIKE, BUTHIE, HIS SISTERS, ELSIE,INDIA,,BERNIE AND HER BROTHER, AND HER ALL HER SISTERS,,(TOO MANY NAMES TO REMEMBER) ALSO I WISH I COULD GET A HOLD OF DIANA REYES FROM 2ND AVE, AND GEORGE BERMUDEZ,GREAT BALL PLAYER TURN DOCTOR,,ALSO TUBO,AND INDIO,PAPOTE,ALL THE GANG OF 1ST AVE,PLEASE WRITE BACK LETS TALK LETS HAVE CONVERSATION OF OUR LIVES NOW,,WE ARE THE FEW THAT SURVIVED THE HOOD,,TOO MANY OF US ARE GONE RIP,,TO MY BRO ED WHO WS MURDERED IN THE WORLD TRADE CENTER RIP,,ALSO IF ANY ONE KNOWS WHERE LETTY RODRIQUEZ MOVED TO LET ME KNOW SHE WS MY CHILD HOOD CRUSH,,FROM 2ND AVE IN WAGNER.,,
4 October 2006 - I LIVE NOW IN CALIFORNIA

Stan Moore | slice777@hotmail.com
I forgot to leave my email address in my last message. Its been a long time since I lived in Wagner but I'll never forget the good times I had growing up there. Holla Back!
4 October 2006 - Columbia, SC

George Merkison | gmerkiso@iupui.edu
I grew up in East Harlem (115th street between Lex and Park) and visit every couple of years. After a military career, I settled in the midwest. This is a cool website and I plan to visit often.
27 September 2006 - Indianapolis, IN

Maria Lopez | starmariam123@aol.com
i was so jhappy to see a web site talking about spanish harlem i lived there for a long time in the Washington PJs 1875 third ave i went to school at PS 121 then i went to J.H.S. 99 THEN TO Benjamin Frankiln HS graduated in 1969 after i worked at S.H kress at 106st and third ave. I hope i can find someone that remembers me it would be great!
23 September 2006

Jose Marrero | Joem173@aol.com
Eleana; the catholic school you attended across from P.S. 101 was Commander Shea Memrial School. I graduated from that school in 1972.
13 September 2006 - Mahopac, New York

Jose Marrero | Joem173@aol.com
Hey Walter Guzman, glad to see your still connected to the old neighborhood through this sight. Tony has dopne a great job with it. An old pal from 1738 Lex. Apt 3C
13 September 2006 - Mahopac New york

Stan Moore | slice777@hotmail.com
I used to live in Wagner Projects. I lived in 2360 on the fifth floor. I lived right across from the Dixons (Curtis, Betty, Martha, Steve). Does anybody remember Billy & Jeannie Blake, Abby, Ollie, Kenny Manning. I went to Rice HS, Class of 77. If anybody remembers me send an email.
12 September 2006 - All over

Bob Jacovino | RJACOVINO@hvc.rr.com
Grew up on 2nd Ave between 104 & 105th.Went to St. Lucy's.Lived above a Grocery Store and a Bar/Restaurant.lived there from 1962-1969 before moving upstate.Hung out with Ralph and Robert Cerrato and Vinny Esposito.Remember good times playing stoop ball in PS 168.Went to school with James Garcia, Santos Toro, Andre Thomas and Louis Martone.any other St.Lucy/104th street people posting on here? Now living in Dutchess county coaching and teaching.
31 August 2006

Lizette Frierson (Lisa) | lizette.marzett@wellpoint.com
I grew up in the East River Housing Projects (429 E 102nd st). I am in touch with one or two people from East River but often wonder about the people I grew up with, between 1978-1982. I am definitely going to try and make East River Day next yr (2007). My sisters and brother, Angie, Val, Garey went this year and they said it was wonderful.
25 August 2006 - Los Angeles, CA

Helen Phillips | salako83@hotmail.com
Hi Everyone. I attended ERD Old Timer's celebration on 8/19/2006. It was wonderful connecting with old friends. I have been gone since 1981. Anyone have an e-mail addy for Carl Pastor. I know he is in Maryland. I was so caught up and overwhelmed with seeing everyone, I forgot to get his contact info. I would love to find out anout his family.
27 August 2006 - Mount Pleasant, SC

Patricia Clyburn-Standford known as Patricia Brown | Barbaraann140@Yahoo.Com
I lived in East River Project for years in Bldg 410 E. 105th St. Apt. 6G. It is truly a blessing to have found your website. I often wonder what became of my friends. I ran into Sharon Yancey and she advise me of East Harlem Day. I had misplace her phone number, however, I since found it. I would like to come to the reunion on Saturday, if it not to late. My parents name were Elizabeth and Tillman Brown. Sisters: Winnie, Elenor and Elaine. Brothers: Kurt, Gary, Keith and Tillman Jr.
17 August 2006 - I am presently living in Co-op City in the Bronx, New York

Diana Loubriel (Rivera) | diana_loubriel@stbarnabas-ny.org
My brother (Jose), I am very proud of you and your use of your wonderful God given talent. To give us and the world a glimps of "El Barrio" is stupendous! I thank God for you, Ceci & the Kids. Keep up the Good Work - Bring Glory to God. Love your sister, Diana
10 August 2006 - Bronx, NY

Hector Luis Vargas | hl_vargas@hotmail.com
I was raised in the early 60's in the tenements on 102nd street, specifically 175 East 102 street, a few buildings down the hill from La Colina, just next to the evangelical christian church that is still there. I was probably 11 or so when my mom, Maria, my little brother, Edwin, and my sister, Wanda, moved to 109 East 102nd street, closer to Park Avenue. I attended PS 72 on Lexington Avenue and JHS 99. I was a candidate for the ABC program.a student named Charles, and not me, got the scholarship to attend a private prep school tuition paid.it was the first big let down for me.there were people in Spanish HArlem that made up for what I probably did not get from ABC.people like Karl Blankenhorn, boy scout troop 693, troop 687, Mr. Mincey from the day care center at 104th street.going back a bit, Mr. Richman was my 6th grade teacher at PS 72.maybe 1973. I was a member, albeit for just a summer, of the Young Renegades of Harlem, who had a meeting place on 118th street.some of my closest friends were Salvador Sanchez (106th st), Jesus Corchado (Aviation High), Willie Colon (101st), Efrain Torres (101st), Nestor Aviles (101st), Pedro Delpin (117th st). When I was 16 I messed around with Paulina (Japanese babe living on Lexington), fell in love with Lisa Elliott (Franklin Houses), but I was too shy to do anything, dated Nuveldy Colon (116th st) and a girl named Liz from Johnson Houses on Lexington Avenue. In fact, I loved in 1830 Lex avenue on the 9th floor, above Ray, who was killed in a motorcycle accident.
12 July 2006 - San Diego, CA

Zoraida Velez | keepintouchfla@aol.com
Went to St. Cecilia 1977 Shop at Morris Toyland on Thrird Avenue and got hotdogs in the five and ten cent store on 106 and third.
23 June 2006

Laurimar Garcia | lgarcia2@nd.edu
Hola, I stumbled upon this site while researching my families geneology. I want to learn how I am connected to Julia de Burgos; as a child I was told she was related to my grandfather, Rafael Garcia Alvarez, he was also from Loiza and my family currently lives in Carolina. So I know there is some truth, but I woul like to learn more, so if anyone can direct me to any sites or point me to someone who can help it would be wonderful!
-lauri
lgarcia2@nd.edu
17 June 2006 - currently residing in Fort Hood, Texas and Notre Dame Indian

mc happy | ehollins@ustaxcourt.gov
I use to mc on the east side. my name is eric hollins, but I used to be called mc happy (the black one, there is a spanish cat also, he was real cool). I lived in washington projects from 1975-1984, but was born in taft houses. If anyone remembers me, or my boy gary washington, you can call 240-346-9079.
16 June 2006 - washington dc

eric hollins | ehollins@ustaxcourt.gov
I lived in washington projects until 1982. I used to be called mc happy, but my name was eric hollins. I went to the church of the living hope on 103rd st. any want to contact me, 240-346-9079
15 June 2006 - washington dc

Robert | robert_matos@hotmail.com
Saludos! Soy un puertorriqueno que por vez primera ire a NYC y me gustaria visitar East Harlem. En especial me gustaria ir a almorzar. Me pueden dar algunas recomendaciones sobre lugares y consejos mientras hago la visita?
13 June 2006 - Puerto Rico

Bobby Gonzalez | BronxTaino@aol.com
Saludos. My family hails from 113th and Third, before the projects were built.
I am now a Taino lecturer and poet.
24 May 2006 - Da Bronx

Jessica | Kanschick40@hotmail.com
Hungry for some bacalaito, I want to learn how to make them. If you like to dance SALSA.I am in love."el periodico de ayer".
20 May 2006 - Queens, NY

KENT GOMEZ | MAMBOPLACE7@AOL.COM
2158 2ND AVENUE,, 110TH &111TH STREEET
PS 102, JPJHS 117, BEN FRANK.
20 May 2006 - FLORIDA

Nadya Gotlieb | NGOTLIEB2@nyc.rr.com
ANY ONE OUT THERE THAT REMBERS ME GIVE ME A HOLLAR.HENRY,POOKIE,STANLEY CALVIN ,TANGIE AND URSULA'S SISTER
16 May 2006

Ronald Lucas | rlucas5@peoplepc.com
Debie This is the first time I am seeing this site. and I think great Pat and I will see you at East River day in Aug 06. Will you guys have T-shirts? if so count me & Pat in.
8 May 2006

KENT | MAMBOPLACE7@AOL.COM
FOUND THIS SITE. NOTICED THAT THE DATES ARE OLD. RAISED ON 111TH STREET AND 2ND AVE. WENT TO PS 102, JEFFERSON PARK, JAMES OTIS, BEN FRANK. GIVE ME A HOLLER.
3 May 2006

Walter Guzman | Waltrex@prtc.net
OUT OF SIGHT BUT NOT OUT OF MIND. Thanks for keeping this little part of my past alive. Recently I discovered in casual conversation with a co-worker here in PR, that she also attended Saint Cecilia's. Small world huh? I'd like to give a shout out to Lizzy Medina my first love, Ralph Vargas, Jose Padilla (not the terrorist), Martha Bravo my second love. I should have taken the chance. Rosemary Rodriquez my third love and Gail Cosme the forbidden fruit and Elain Echevaria. I pray you are all doing well.
29 April 2006 - Puerto Rico

Eleana Conde | Eleana_Conde@colpal.com
I grew up in Johnson Projects, attended PS 101, then catholic school right across the street (gee, i forgot the name), then to St. Cecilias and finally to a catholic high school. Does anyone remember me ???
19 April 2006 - El Barrio

Brenda J. McCullough | bmccullough@tidewatertechonline.com
:laugh: Hello everyone: this is my shout out to all my people from the East River Projects, Michele Cain-sorry I missed ERD, Debby sent me the pictures by e-mail. You all were jamming! and you were right, everyone looked great! I plan on making it this year god willing.
so I will see you guy this August. much love and kisses :laugh:
18 April 2006 - Poughkeepsie New York

TONY CRESPO | jacsvc@yahoo.com
WHATS UP BARRIO, GREW UP 100ST BET LEX/3RD. PLAYED FOR 23RD PCT SOFTBALL 100ST BOMBERS, WILLIE,FAT WILFRED,DENNIS,SHAUN DANNY(WHITEBOY), FAT DAVID AND ALL THE OTHER FELLOWS WHO STROLLED IN. WENT TO ST FRANCIS FROM 65-72. JUANCHO WHATS UP DROP ME A LINE.PLS FWD EMAIL TO JUANCHO(JOHN)OR RAUL
12 April 2006 - ORANGE CITY FLORIDA

CULLEN DORN (aka Butch from 100th St) | CULLENDORN@AOL.COM
I was born and raised in 100th Street. (Between 1st & 2nd avenues). It was a time unlike any other, and a time that could never be duplicated. Back then we had no refrigerators --we had iceboxes, and we would have the Italian iceman come up and fill it for a quarter. Back then we had no air-conditioners, we had open windows. We had no telephone and relied on our power to scream down the street to our neighbors. We had a b/w television set that had snowy lines across it. We had little transistor radios that played the Doo-Wops of the times. Our toilets were out in the hallway and our bathtubs in the kitchen. Our mailboxes were near the garbage cans where lived oversize rats. I still miss the hissing radiators heard in every apartment during winter; and in the summer kick-the-can, johhny-on-the-pony, ringo-levio, stoopball, and doo-wops sung on street corners. The block had over 4,000 people living there,hanging out on the stoops, roofs, corners, candystores, and jukeboxes. The streets were our first love, classroom, woman, and God. It was an amazing time. We learnt to survive death that made up our days. We learnt to embrace both life and death with open arms, burying our friends and rejoicing at the birth of new family members. Our souls were the recipient of great and unimaginable growth that only El Barrio could have provided. In time I came to write a book: INFINITUDE about 100th Street between 1st & 2nd Avenue now sold on Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, borders.com and many other booksites online.
Peace to you all!
9 April 2006 - Between Florida & Pennsylvania

Jodianne Okelberry | Jodianne4derrick@adelphia.net
Hi I am looking for anyone who might remember my Mom Her namewas Joan A Smith. she went to PS 76 William Hallet her autograph book is dated 1945 then she went to PS 125 Woodside JHS her autograph book is dated 1948 The princpal was Rapheal C Dooley Graduating teacher Mrs.Digney she then went to Julia Richman and Graduated 1951 or 1952. Please if you knew her or have a yearbook with those years please look her up. I would love to have a picture of my mom from school please and thank you
29 March 2006 - USA

big dee | dblock127@hotmail.com
:dry: i grew up in east harlem,127 madison &park.i hung out in ak projects,jackie robinson projects.sout out to all me peeps from125tru 132 streets
22 March 2006 - syracuse ny

Israel Pagan (Papo) | Israel_2602_2004@yahoo.com
I was born and raised in 100 st. between 1st and 2nd Ave. I attended PS 109 from 1958 thru 1964, JHS 99 from 1965 thru 1968, and Fashion Industry HS from 1969 through 1970. I would like to here from anyone from that may know me or from my era. Great website. Thanks.
22 March 2006 - Orlando, Florida

Pam Scola | zookz@cox.net
Wow! What a shocker. I lived at 105th and the East River Drive from 1 day until I was 4. I watched them build the bridge to Wards Island from my bedroom window on the first floor. Strangely enough, I met a carpenter from NYC when I moved to California and that was the first project he ever worked on as an apprentice, that many years back!
When I was 4 we moved to 400 E.104 Street. I had my first communion at St. Lucy's and attended grammar school at PS 168. My 1st and 2nd grade teacher was Mrs. Agnes T. Casey, and I Mrs. Edith Bernstein in the 3rd grade. I remember when the artificial flower factory next door to the school burned down (I'm 58).
I remember Macy's candy store between 104 and 105 on 1str Avenue, and Cosmo's candy / grocery store on 104th between the projects and St Lucy's.
We moved to the Lower East Side when I was 8 or 9.

Great site. Great memories. Thanks.
21 March 2006

Sarah | sarah@clasegurabo1986.com
We are looking for folks who graduated from the Margarita Rivera de Janer High School in 1986. Please contact
Lissette Candelaria at 787-248-7092 :wink: . Our 20 year reunion will be on June 17 2006.
11 March 2006 - USA

cindy hawkins | ch2167@columbia.edu
hello everyone, here at columbia when we studied walt whitman's poems i often speak about julia de burgos and how much she admired whitman's work as well. julia was amazing, powerful, light years ahead of her time and i feel 'lleno de gozo' that i found 'songs of the simple truth' in a bilingual edition, which i can read in both spanish and english. how wonderful that her work lives on,and this cultural center (which i have not visited yet but plan to in the near future) bears her name and is a place where we can come together and celebrate poetry, art and the hispanic/american link in the most positive, blessed way!
6 March 2006 - new york city, union square

Nicole | ncalderon@optonline.net
“El Barrio” is in my blood!!

My grandfather(Charlie) was the super of 327 and 321 east 100 st. around the 1930’s - 40’s

My Father was born in the exact same place in the late 40’s, and I was born in the late 70’s lived in New Metro for a couple of years until we moved w/ my grandmother to Old Metro.

My Grandmother (Isabel) had 5 kids – Charlie, Dennis, Cookie, Eileen and Glenn
All attended P.S 109/JHS 99 and I also attended P.S 109

I am a youngster to this site, but if anyone remembers my family – they are actually still living in East Harlem (102nd street), Alive and Well!!!

The best time is in and will always be in the summer for me –
Wards Island picnics, the Festival on 116th street(day before the Puerto Rican parade), night pool (Jefferson/Central Park), Marina’s Bar (103rd street) chindo’s store on 2nd ave on 102nd street. Hanging w/ my uncle while he was playing handball on 102nd & 2nd ave (JHS 121 court)

Going to Morris Toyland was the greatest for me.
I got my first fur coat from Jamal town – when you were able to walk through the store to the other side.

Walking the street of “El Barrio during the summer was the best, older guys playing dominos until 6am, people playing music from there windows; water and egg fights. Going to the Steak House on 86th street (Sam was the cook) to eat Sunday lunch w/ my father. Party’s at St. Francis on 97th & lex – Those were my days!!!

I met my Husband in “El Barrio” (111th street & 2nd Ave), our daughters we born in Metropolitan Hospital/ Mt. Sinai

We moved out of “El Barrio” to the Bronx, was away for about three years and could not stay away – we recently moved back.

I am proud to be Puerto Rican - Born and Raised in “El Barrio”.
28 February 2006

Katherine P. | green_gurl@mac.com
HI: I'm interested in researching the Barrio. I'm taking a class at BMCC on Puerto Rican Culture and Folklore, and I want to meet some people who live and/or grew up in el Barrio. If you are someone or you know where I can get into the community please e-mail me at green_gurl@mac.com and thanks! :smile:
26 February 2006 - Queens, NY

Fernando Manon | fernprods@yahoo.com
Waso, I cannot believe you actually remembered all those names. Sadly, many of those folks have passed away from substance abuse, disease or have ended up in "the joint." I am still involved in the community to some extent. Yes, toch football, stickball and stoop ball were our passtime. There are so many fond memories of running the bases and even sliding into third base on the hard pavement. Piraguas, Johnny's Deli, Stevie (el Italiano), Fat Richie, Little Richie and just plain Richie (Peppie's brother). My older brother Ralph is the posting you saw. He lives in PR. I'm still in Manhattan, but have bought a condo on the Big Island of Hawaii. I'm in the phone book.so give a call.
24 February 2006

Joseph A. Burgos | AGNER@webtv.net
EN MEMORIA DE JOSE FEDERICO BURGOS EN SU NATALICIO 22 de febrero de 1921: Jose Federico Burgos nacio en el 22 de febrero de 1921, en el Barrio Barraza del Municipio de Carolina, Puerto Rico. Hijo de Paula Garcia y Francisco Burgos Hans fue el unico varon entre seis hermanas, entre ellos la poetisa Julia de Burgos. Despues de la muerte de su madre Paula Garcia en 1940, Burgos enlisto en el ejercito de los Estados Unidos. En 1944, se caso con Leonidas Martinez, de Manati, Puerto Rico. Despues de licensiarse con un certificado honorable en 1945, Burgos siguio con sus estudios. En 1948, se graduo de la Escuela de Comercio en Puerto Rico y recibio un Diploma de Comercial General y Teneduria de
Libros.

The poetry of Jose Federico Burgos is about his experience in Puerto Rico memories recalled years later in New York. When you read his poems they are about the cultural heritage of Borinquen from past to present. The castilian ascent was heard in his public readings and in a dramatic way he held the audience attention receiving a loud applaud at the end of his recital. Fundidos Novia y Rio is the title of the poem he wrote in homage to his beloved sister Julia de Burgos who passed away in 1953. Another interesting poem is "El Coqui" because it has to do with its appearance from Spain to Puerto Rico and ends it with a personal nostalgia for the Coqui's well being in Puerto Rico, this poem was very dramatically recited by him. Another poem that he wrote is a son's maternal love for his mother. When he recited this poem in public he wept along several lines dramatically instilling the same nostalgia to the audience, a very sentimental poem. His experience with his father Don Francisco Burgos Hans is compared to the great Spanish epic "Don Quijote" because in their adventures they went horse riding through mountains, river's and valley's in Puerto Rico. His father instilled in him Puerto Rican folklore and read him the Bible. His poetic work is a living memory of his love for Puerto Rico.

(c) 2006 Joseph A. Burgos
22 February 2006 - Brooklyn, New York

LAURA HILBERT | khil153@valstar.net
Hi. My dad, now 87, used to live on 104th street and play stickball with a team known as the Black Diamonds. Their arch enemies were the Red Devils. Anyone out there with dads or grandfathers who might remember these teams? Just looking for some names from the thirties and early forties that my dad might remember. Thanks.
21 February 2006 - upstate NY

Williamson L. Henderson | WLH@nyct.net
Congratulaions to Melissa Viverito for being inducted as the new 8th District New York City Councilmember. :biggrin: The induction party at Taino Towers Auditorium was great! :biggrin:
16 February 2006 - Manhattan, New York

Andrea Wenner | awenner@out2play.org
Does anyone know what happened to PS 121? Is it no longer a school?
15 February 2006 - Manhattan, Bronx

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