ll get to it soon.
This is definitely a great site, the only thing I'm puzzled about There is nothing here about 116st & First Ave,Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, the Feast.Delightful Rest.
Donna ( Delightful Rest ) <scorpi2453@aol.com>
Elmwwod Park, NJ USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 20:14:34 (EDT)
Webmaster's Note: A lot of area to cover, time only on some weekends. Will get to it soon.

Been coming to this site for 2 years now and the pics still haven't been updated some of those stores don't even exist anymore broken down tenement is no like that anymore please please please webmaster update the pics display East Harlem for what it is right now not what it was 2-3 years ago a lot has changed. Raised in the Bronx grandparents live on 112 st and Park Ave and this neighborhood looks totally different from the pics.
Leslie
Bronx, NY USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 08:19:57 (EDT)

Webmaster's Note: It will take some time, so much area to cover and the only time I have is weekends


Nice site about our neighborhood however those pics need to be updated a lot of those pics are mad old and new stores are in their place. I've lived in Johnson Projects 113 st 3rd Ave. all my life wdup to all ya heads in E. Harlem
Brandie Serrano <harlemborn113@yahoo.com>
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 08:10:54 (EDT)

I grew up in Spanish Harlem until I was 18 yrs old and I haven't been back in about 3 years (attending college) it's great to see the old neighborhood keep up the good work.
Jazlynn Nieves
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 07:55:15 (EDT)

out in front of Choo Choo's first ave on 105th street nyc. 1950s , love to hear from you.
Ron Curcurato AKA Meatball <rs-curcurato@webtv.net>
ct USA - Saturday, June 07, 2003 at 18:01:07 (EDT)

Hi, I was borned in the Bronx but mostly raised in the Harlem River Projects (153rd. Street 7th. ave.)I've linked your site to my web page because it is informative and that's what my site is ABOUT, information!! GOD bless you and keep up the GOOD work. Information is POWER and most of us need to be informed! PEACE AND BE WELL. http://home.earthlink.net/~mattaoftime.
C. Stevenson <mattaoftime07@msn.com>
NYC, NY USA - Friday, June 06, 2003 at 05:54:13 (EDT)

East River Projects Reunion. Any information on that matter?
Gill <HarlemsBaddest16@aol.com>
New York City, NY USA - Wednesday, June 04, 2003 at 18:38:48 (EDT)

It was a great pleasure for me to see your site. Particularly I loved the nice graphics and pics and I will soon come back. Thank you. Greetings from Germany.
Gewinnspiele Geld <bon66@yahoo.com>
Munich, Germany-North Germany - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 17:18:05 (EDT)

Thank you for this beautiful website! I was born and raised in East Harlem (248 E. 111 St., next to the firehouse) and your site took me home. Again, my thanks.
Greg Rivera <gregrivera297@hotmail.com>
Miami, FL USA - Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 13:37:45 (EDT)

Hello
Gianni <GianniSperonzoli@posillipowebs.com>
USA - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 18:04:17 (EDT)

A Fabulous website Kudos PC
pastor Charles <plesant_ridge_nwst@yahoo.com>
Cincinnati, oh USA - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 09:27:41 (EDT)

I occasionally get up to Patsy's for Pizza at 117th and 1st. But can someone help me. During the 70's there was a heck of a basketball player they called "White Jesus." He lived in E. Harlem, and was terrific. Can someone tell me where to get articles of him, and what his real name was. Jim
Jim <jtakatsch@aol.com>
Allentown, PA USA - Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 16:57:15 (EDT)

It's my first visit at your homepage. Your website is great and very usefull. I'm bookmarked it. Keep up the good resources.
dina <dina@dina33.tuxedomask.com>
sunnyvale, ca USA - Saturday, May 24, 2003 at 17:40:10 (EDT)
Great website, and beautiful pics of the flora/art in the neigborhood. Gracias!
Jennifer Houlihan <jennifer@lowereastsideny.com>
New York, NY USA - Friday, May 23, 2003 at 14:50:55 (EDT)

Dropping a hello for now. May everyone be at a place where they are learning how to enrich their lives by always extending their best side to others.
Damaris Carrillo <jstluv2smile@hotmail.com>
Oakland, CA USA - Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 15:10:50 (EDT)

Thanks for making such a marvelous site. i thought for a second i acciedntly stumbled into Heaven's website! hahaha!
Pedro Moffatt <ilovelatinamerica@hotmail.com>
ohio USA - Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 07:52:18 (EDT)

Hola WebMaster! Just wanted to give you a big "GRACIAS" for putting this together. Can't believe I came about this site while doing research. I was bopping in the Barrio back in the 50's & 60's. It represents the most important episode in my life. Lived in Wagner Prjt (50 Pal) & schooled @ OLQA (112th) class of '63 and RICE High ('67). Went to school with the Machito's kids and used to hang out at his apartment on 111th bet 3rd & Lex. Still miss him. My sister Miriam also went to OLQA ('64). My cuzns were Joe & Ling. My musical journey began with Eddie Hernandez Band , La Preferida (we jamed for "The Y. Lords" @ the church) , Louie Rey then later on Joe Bataan & Ralfi Pagan before moving on to Savannah & Kid Creole. Pete Terrace was my mentor. Always loved checking out the New Swing , Johnny Colon , King Nando ,La Compania , Kent Gomez and Ray Rodriguez. Got to see Arsenio Rodriguez @ the American Legions Club on 116th , Cal Tjader @ 107th & Lex Theatre , El Rey Tito Puente @ OLQA CYO dance. Never can forget Casita Maria , Ponce De Leon , Cosmo , Eagle , Ben Franklin , Pleasant Ave , Jefferson Pool ... Salsa Museum ... La Marqueta. Kicking it in the City of Angels now but "mi corazon" is always in El Barrio. Paz y Palante Coati Mundi (aka Andy Hernandez)
Coati Hernandez <sugarcoatedvision@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 04:58:30 (EDT)

Helping my daughter with a school project about NY and just wanted to share that my daughter loved the murals and wall art so much-- it just displaced the NYC Botanical Garden pic on her little NYC attraction brochure. What a spectacular tribute to the power of ART, it will not be repressed...or ignored, maybe someday we will actually get to NY and visit all the places she thinks should be seen! Thanks for making this inspiring site ; )
CVWM <Dreaminginirish@iwon.com>
Orange, MA USA - Friday, May 16, 2003 at 01:14:06 (EDT))

I'm doing a study of Philippe Bourgois' book "In Search of Respect, Selling Crack in El Barrio" for one of my Anthropology courses, and I stumbled on this website while doing research. Wow! Very cool site!
Angel <angelajbrown@hotmail.com>
Waterloo, ON Canada - Tuesday, February 18, 2003 at 00:57:42 (EST)


I'm moving to NYC from California. Is east harlem a good place for a single woman to live?
Pat <vasquezpat@aol.com>
USA - Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 00:11:38 (EST)

I am a former resident of east harlem. I was pleased ,and suprised ,to find this web site. Please inform me of any events in the community. My web address is nycjazzjar@aol.com
James A. Ross <nycjazzjar@aol.com>
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 22:14:40 (EST)

Cheers.
rx2dz <rx2dz@tripod.com>
Wales - Sunday, February 09, 2003 at 08:48:13 (EST)

I am currently reading Bodega Dreams by Ernesto Quinonez for a course at Penn State and randomly came across your website. The pictures of the places talked about in passing in the book really made the story come alive. The photos of the graffiti and the murals also made connections for me with the short history of Puerto Rico and Neuve York that we read about before starting the book. Thank you for sharing your home with the www.
Jessica <jxo166@psu.edu>
State College, PA USA - Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 16:27:33 (EST)

Viele Gre aus Deutschland sendet Alex
Heimarbeit Telearbeit <info@mailorder-team.de>
D - Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 10:40:32 (EST)

I am a young Latino male, who has lived most of his life in East Harlem. This place where we live isn't the greatest but is made beautiful through the relationships and experiences found in our community. This site does not portray our community as what it is, our streets are rich in culture and through the pictures on this site we see dry dead streets, streets where one would be turned away from if this site was their only portal to the community. Under existing conditions, private capitalists inevitably control, directly or indirectly, the main sources of information (press, radio, education). It is thus extremely difficult, and indeed in most cases quite impossible, for the individual citizen to come to objective conclusions and to make intelligent use of his political rights. (Albert Einstein, Why Socialism?) We must mak