On Thursday, officials called on the state to prompt a thorough investigation at the 9th Street lot for the remains of slaves and Revolutionary War soldiers. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Caroline Spivack GOWANUS — The state recommended Thursday that the city dig deeper… Continue Reading →
Central Park North doesn’t often see new developments, but now, new building applications have been filed for a vacant site at 145 West 110th Street, in Harlem. The structure will stand 13 stories and 135 feet to its roof, containing… Continue Reading →
The 2017 Harlem Whiskey Festival Was All About What’s Next For The Spirit Earlier this month, the annual Harlem Whiskey Festival returned to the popular NYC neighborhood, and with it, the event brought some of the coolest new options in… Continue Reading →
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August 14, 2017 Casting for Little Apple series Monday, August 14th in Harlem! HTBlog After a successful Crowdfunding effort, the Little Apple series is getting ready to go into production in September. Come out to the open casting call Monday, August 14th… Continue Reading →
It’s always one of the best days to celebrate during HarlemWeek, so come out this Saturday, August 19th and enjoy all of the “Summer in the City” events on this glorious day uptown! 135th street from St. Nicholas Avenue to… Continue Reading →
The festivities continue during HarlemWeek this Sunday, August 20th with more fun uptown during “HARLEM DAY” 135th street from St. Nicholas Avenue to 5th Avenue will be blocked off from traffic to allow the HarlemWeek festivities to take place all day long…. Continue Reading →
An Antebellum Hero, but to Whom? The scenes of statues of Confederate generals being toppled from their perches or surrounded by torch-wielding white supremacists shouting racist and anti-Semitic slogans reminded Diane Collier of another monument that has roiled residents in… Continue Reading →
Family-run Sugar Hill Creamery opens in Harlem Harlem has been void of family-run ice cream parlors since 1983. This summer, husband and wife team Nicholas Larsen and Petrushka Basin Larsen changed that.Sugar Hill Creamery has opened at Lenox Avenue and… Continue Reading →
Faith leaders gathered Sunday in Manhattan to call for peace after the violence at a protest in Charlottesville, Virginia a day earlier.
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New renderings of East Harlem’s Sendero Verde, the country’s will-be largest passive house project Despite Mayor de Blasio’s success meeting his affordable housing goals, East Harlem has fallen behind. Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com
Farmacy NYC – the newly-opened farmstand in Hell’s Kitchen – will provide live jazz performance each Sunday. View Full Caption Instagram/@farmacynyc All Weekend: ► ‘Theater of the Resist’ Series Finale Where: The Met Breuer, 75th Street and Madison Avenue, Upper East SideWhen: Friday and… Continue Reading →
The group’s goal is to help kids here in the city and New Jersey realize their potential through sports.
August 11, 2017 SUNDAE SERMON MUSIC FESTIVAL is back This Weekend! HTBlog This Sunday, August 13th Sundae Sermon will kick off Harlem Week at St. Nicholas Park on 135th Street 1PM-6PM! Rooted in the legacy and Love of Harlem, Sundae Sermon… Continue Reading →
Blacks are booming on Broadway! Twentytwo productions are employing 14 Black actors. Yes, there are currently 22 productions on Broadway that have Black actors and that is fantastic! HARLEM August 3 ISSUE 8.40 MB Download