“Uptown” Manhattan is above 59th Street. It includes the Upper West Side, Central Park, the Upper East Side and “Upper Manhattan” above Central Park.
Ballet Hispánico, American Museum of Natural History, Beacon Theatre, Symphony Space, Thanksgiving Parade, Cinco de Mayo Parade
Jazz at Lincoln Center, Dizzy’s Club, Botero statues, Museum of Arts and Design
SummerStage, Tango and the Metropolitan Museum of Art make Central Park a beloved place for New Yorkers to relax
92nd Street Y, Americas Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim, Jewish Museum, Frick Collection, Sotheby’s
Columbia University dominates, but there is also the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Riverside Park, Riverside Church, General Grant Memorial and the Manhattan School of Music
The soul of New York City is at the Apollo Theater, Ginny’s at the Red Rooster, Minton’s Playhouse, Paris Blues and around
East Harlem “El Barrio” or “Spanish Harlem” is a Puerto Rican neighborhood. Latin kids went to jazz clubs in Harlem. Black kids went to Latin clubs in Spanish Harlem and we got latin jazz and salsa.
The area around Manhattan’s I-95 crossing is a Dominican neighborhood as in “In the Heights“