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BY Led Black (@Led_Black)

In these troubled economic times what says America more than a yard sale. With that said, the good folks at Nostlygia (251 Dyckman Street), the epitome of good old-fashioned Americana, are putting together a next level yard sale that will run all weekend. Deals, steals, antiques and apparel – all treasure and no trash. Make sure you stop by; you might just find what you didn’t even know you were looking for.

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NYC’s Fashion Night Out invades UPTOWN tonight at Nostlygia (251 Dyckman). The festivities begin at 7 pm with a live performance by Mobius Collective. Click their name to view their site and take a listen to their incredible sounds. The night will also feature a pop-up shop from our good friend and booming uptown artist, Tony M. Peralta. Enjoy special 1 night only deals and give-aways from both Peralta and Nostylgia. The party continues all night long down the block at Dyckman Bar. Receive one complimentary drink with any purchase from Nostylgia.

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Back to school season is right around the corner and what a better way to send off the summer than with this charitable BBQ and overall Uptown celebration. Guaranteed to be a blowout event with timeless fun, all for a good cause. Nostylgia has hooked up with the non-for-profit, Give Be Grow in order to help raise enough resources to supply at least 150 backpacks filled with school supplies for underprivileged neighborhood youngsters.

Saturday’s event will feature a live outdoor performance from Nostylgia’s own resident drummer Ray Francisco and his awesome band, Airismine. After that, music will be provided by one of our favorite DJ’s, DJ Charlie Browne playing all the classics we love to hear. There will be good food, great tea from the Inwood Tea Bar, fun and games for the whole family! Uptown will unite as we have been all summer for what’s sure to be another epic moment in the UPTOWN RENAISSANCE !!

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BY Claudio E. Cabrera (@cecabrera21)

This Thursday night at 9 p.m, we will host our fifth Washington Heights and Inwood Radio Show live from Nostylgia on 251 Dyckman Street.

This will mark the beginning of our ‘Keep It Local’ campaign which will take us to different neighborhood stores to broadcast our show; while at the same time, helping to promote these local businesses to our listeners.

We will broadcast live from 9-9:45 PM and talk to local business owners in our community about entrepreneurship in Wahi and Inwood.

We hope you can join us.


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BY Led Black

I have to give it up to Time Out NY, not for just highlighting the ‘hood but for doing it right. They talked to the right people, talked about the right places and painted an accurate picture of the Washington Heights of today. Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz waxed eloquent on the greatness of the community, cuisine and culture of this neighborhood. He goes on to say, “181st Street and Audubon is the heart of the Dominican community. That’s where you can see, feel, hear, taste and share the stupendous human energy of a people being changed by a culture, and changing that culture in turn. This is the energy that made America. To be immersed in it is to touch the United States’ raw, protean core.” Damn, that man is good.

Friends to the UC, Manny Perez (La Soga) and Jason Devereaux of Nostylgia were also consulted for the article. The article talked about many of the restaurants that are regular UC haunts such as Corcho Wine Room, Altus Café, Mamajuana, and La Sala 78 among many others. In short, the writer of the piece, Kristen Drybread, did a great job on showing our neighborhood in its proper light.

Check out the full article: newyork.timeout.com/

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BY Led Black

Parting is such sweet sorrow. With that said, what better way to say So Long to Summer than with a sale/shindig thrown by the Sound of Art (SOA) and the Uptown Collective at one of our favorite retail spots, Nostylgia. The gathered attendees were treated to excellent libations, fine art and good music. Our very own, M. Tony Peralta, got on the turntables and rocked for a bit. As usual, SOA events are networking events and I got to build with old friends and meet new and interesting people that are doing big things. Thanks go out to Jason and the good folks at Nostlygia for partnering with the SOA and the Uptown Collective to further the constant elevation of Uptown. Spread love, it’s the Uptown way.


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