Thanks to Joe Panzarella for a trio of photos of East 138th Street, taken from his Mom's window, available for viewing in our ever-growing PHOTO GALLERY. If anyone can identify the elevated structure in thos photos, we'd love to hear from you.
It seems like our super-sleuths are losing their touch as another mystery has passed unsolved by anyone. The trend is consistent: without significant visible landmarks or clues, these low-key uncommon locations are very difficult to pinpoint. Perhaps our next MYSTERY PHOTO will break the slide. Is this one familiar to you?
Special thanks to Jeanne Hamrick for an incredibly well-preserved photo of the 1933 class from P.S. 16, one of the oldest in our collection. It's available for you to see in our CLASS PICTURES GALLERY, the largest collection of its type on the internet!
The problem with accessing the NEIGHBORHOOD WALLS OF FAME has been fixed, so those of you who asked can finally go and memorialize your neighborhood, friend, or loved one.
With a selection of vignettes from her life in the Bronx, frequent contributor Myles Schulberg's mom has been warmly memorialized in his latest Bronx Diary entry.