Videos from Harlem One Stop
369th Infantry Regiment
The community celebrates the anniversary of the return of a Harlem-based regiment from World War II.
The West Harlem & Jazz Fest draws crowds to a series of energetic and exciting musical performances.
Marcus Garvey Park is the new home for a new, creative, welcoming basketball court design.
Mary Lou Williams
Mary Lou Williams' contributions to jazz history are celebrated in modern-day Harlem.
Art In Flux
Art in Flux operates pop-up art galleries throughout Harlem.
Spirituals, the earliest form of American music, are alive and well in Harlem.
Adrian Kondratowicz is a Harlem-based artist interested in topics of sustainability.
An in-depth look at the Bronx Rising! arts and dance festival.
Harlem Renaissance 100
The Harlem Renaissance community celebration of culture begins in 2018 and will continue through 2020.
Without Any Words In It
Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez is a visual artist working with graffiti and other forms of street art.
Harlem School of the Arts
A profile of the Harlem School of the Arts, with information about its history and course offerings.
Columbia University professor Frances Negron-Muntaner talks about the role that debt plays in Caribbean countries and how art and scholarship can help us understand the impacts of colonization.
A tour of Harlem's landmarks and scenery.
Postcards From The Past
An exhibit at the City College of New York highlighting old postcards of CCNY's famed architecture.
A profile of Jazzland in Concert, a musical based on Alice in Wonderland set in Harlem and performed by young people at the Harlem School of the Arts
Displayed artists discuss their experience with the Faction Art Projects gallery.
Faction Art Projects
Richard Scarry breaks down what the Faction Art Projects is trying to accomplish by locating themselves in Harlem.
Harlem Chamber Players
The Harlem Chamber Players Founder talks about creating opportunities for minorities in the classical music field.
Recapping Arthur Mitchell's career as a professional dancer from Harlem.
Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation
Wendy Hilliard remembers the difficulty in finding diversity and nearby programs in gymnastics.
Rhonda McLean-Nur talks about what led her to becoming a storyteller.
Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Learn about Adam Clayton Powell Jr.'s impact on civil rights.
Halloween Pet Costume Parade
Harlem One Stop takes you inside the annual Halloween Pet Costume Parade.
Processional Arts Workshop Directors, Alex and Sophia, talk about the steps it takes to run the Morningside Lights event.
Sexy Soul Oldies
DJ, filmmaker and playwright Nate Osborne describes the role music has taken in his life.
Sakura Park Festival
Get an inside look at the activities offered at the Sakura Festival.
Uptown Artists Group Portrait
Uptown artists come together to create their spin on the famous 1958 photograph, "A Great Day In Harlem."
This Is Harlem
Take a look inside the Harlem culture and festivities.
Peace Garden at Hostelling International NYC
Emily Gallagher talks about dedicating the Peace Garden at the Hostelling International NYC to three youth activists killed by the Ku Klux Klan.
Learn the meaning behind the Loiza Festival, and why celebrating it is a big deal.
There’s more to Harlem than meets the eye, which is why Harlem One Stop offers walking tours to give you an inside look at the rich history and culture of the neighborhood. With multiple tours to choose from, you’ll learn what makes Harlem the diverse neighborhood it is today by visiting restaurants, jazz clubs, historic homes and more.
Depending on the tour you choose, you’ll visit the different sections of Harlem such as Hamilton Heights, Sugar Hill and Central Harlem. Harlem One Stop even offers specialty tours for those who have a particular interest in the religious sites of Harlem. Plus, select tours are free for New York Pass holders.