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Harlem (USA). 'New York’s gridiron doesn't end at 100th St – there’s lots more of the city to explore, starting with Harlem, a bastion of African American culture. There are good eats and jazz beats on offer here, not to mention a riveting history captured in the brick and stone of its churches, landmarks and theaters.'

Soul Food | New York, 2008

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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CXXXVI)

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CXXXVI)

1. This Stoop Found on this Instagram account. 2. Dinner on Horseback "One of the most famous photographs of the Gilded Age in New York ... the 'Dinner on Horseback' given by Cornelius Kingsley Garrison (CKG) Billings at Sherry’s Restaurant on 44th Street and Fifth Avenue in March 1903..

Vibrant Photos Capture Spirit Of 1980s New York City

Vibrant Photos Capture Spirit Of 1980s New York City

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Jamel Shabazz first took up photography at the age of 15, and went on to create a peerlessly vibrant record of the city in the 1980s. c. 1980. A boy does a backflip on a mattress in a lot in Brooklyn. Jamel Shabazz/Getty Images Drawing inspiration from the works

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Explore tchebeback's photos on Flickr. tchebeback has uploaded 162 photos to Flickr.

Warbreaker - Soundsystem by Warbreaker on SoundCloud #drumnbass #jungle

Warbreaker - Soundsystem

Warbreaker - Soundsystem by Warbreaker on SoundCloud #drumnbass #jungle

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

In 1993, the New York artist Revs started writing his autobiography on walls of the subway tunnels. Find out more about this impressive project.

Fuckin Revs. graffiti artist.

Fuckin Revs talking about how he started with graffiti and so on.remember to comment people.

In 1993, the New York artist Revs started writing his autobiography on walls of the subway tunnels. Find out more about this impressive project.

Revs NYC

Revs' subway tunnel stories from 'This American Life'

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Revs & unusual graffiti: 200+ diary pages painted in NYC subway tunnels

Those who grew up or lived in New York during the late 1980s and early 1990s must have seen the famous four letters that would be seen on walls all over the place; Revs. Everywhere you looked, on trash cans, telephone booths and poles the distinct graffiti had dominated the city. Revs was at the time the most outstanding graffiti writer in the streets of New York and whether you liked it or not, his tags would be seen from the edge of the eyes, making it visible subconsciously.