Yesterday the Bronx got its first dockless bike share program courtesy of Jump, an Uber-owned company that is testing 200 electric bikes in the Fordham area for the next four months. (Citi Bike's dockless bikes are also coming there in a few weeks.)
If you're a New Yorker whose weekend plans involve getting into a car and heading to points south, west or north, there's a good chance you'll find yourself driving "under the apartments," as they're often called in traffic reports.
• Harlem Week, which is actually more of a month, starts this Sunday with the day-long "A Great Day in Harlem" festival at the U.S. Grant National Memorial Park–look for dance performances, a gospel concert, and more–and runs through the end of August. Other fun event...
Love exploring the foods of New York but haven't made it to the Bronx yet? You'll get your chance this weekend at the Bronx Night Market, a new monthly food festival that will take your tastebuds on a ride through the Boogie Down and beyond.
Since it opened in February, Harlem Chocolate Factory has been rolling out all sorts of mouthwatering handcrafted treats, from Champagne-infused truffles to sweet-and-salty chocolate "pretzato" clusters.
Now that summer's in full swing, there's finally ice cre...
• Did you know that jazz great Billy Strayhorn–who famously composed "Take the A Train" for the Duke Ellington orchestra–lived at 315 Convent Avenue? Discover those details and more in this fun guide to Hamilton Heights. [amNY]