The Inwood-born Lin-Manuel Miranda is synonymous with New York City. In his early years at the historic Hunter College Elementary and High School in the Upper East Side, he crossed paths with other future artists from New York destined for fame. Later, Miranda’s hit Broadway show Hamilton was a blockbuster, placing the director on the world stage. At its peak, the performance grossed $600,000 a week.
Since his directorial debut, Miranda has undertaken a slew of philanthropic projects and starred in commercials. On October 25, Miranda attended a ceremonial groundbreaking in his home neighborhood of Inwood, Manhattan with New York Governor Kathy Hochul and
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