Harlem Restaurateur Sentenced to 5 Years for Running Ponzi Scheme

MANHATTAN — A Harlem restaurateur was sentenced to five years in prison for running a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme, federal prosecutors announced Friday. Hamlet Peralta, 37, raised more than $12 million from investors between 2013 and 2014, under the guise… Continue Reading →

Harlem Restaurateur Sentenced to 5 Years for Running Ponzi Scheme

MANHATTAN — A Harlem restaurateur was sentenced to five years in prison for running a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme, federal prosecutors announced Friday. Hamlet Peralta, 37, raised more than $12 million from investors between 2013 and 2014, under the guise… Continue Reading →

12 Subway Lines Slated For Service Changes This Weekend

The E is one of 12 subway lines slated for service changes this weekend. View Full Caption DNA/Stephanie Keith MIDTOWN — Service on 12 subway lines will be affected this weekend by work on signals, rails and stations. Here’s a… Continue Reading →

Rodriguez Hasn’t Done Enough for 125th St. and Lexington Ave, Opponent Says

City Council hopefuls attack each other over 125th Street and Lexington Avenue’s quality-of-life issues.

Harlem September 7 Issue

Harlem September 7 Issue The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Mid-Manhattan Branch will celebrate its 16th Annual Freedom Fund Luncheon Saturday, September 9, 2017, from 11am to 4pm at the Marina del Rey, One Marina Drive,… Continue Reading →

Harlem Post Office to Relocate But Residents Fear Continued Poor Service

This post office, which residents say is usually understaffed, is going to move to 138 th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard next year. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Gustavo Solis HARLEM — The U.S. Postal Service wants the community to know there… Continue Reading →

Harlem August 31 Issue

The third weekend in August of each year is when the Harlem Week festivities take over 135th Street from St. Nicholas Avenue all the way over to Fifth Avenue and street festival activities are in full swing. Weather conditions were… Continue Reading →

Happy 100th Birthday Lena Horne! FREE Concert and Celebration

September 13, 2017 Happy 100th Birthday Lena Horne! FREE Concert and Celebration   HTBlog Musa Jackson Productions announced that the 100th Birthday Celebration of the legendary Lena Horne will take place on Thursday, September 14th from 7-8:30pm on the Richard Rodgers stage in… Continue Reading →

Harlem August 24 Issue

On August 21, 2017 Esplanade Garden Residents celebrated its 50th Anniversary as part of it’s annual “Family Day Celebration.” The day included fellowship, entertainment, food and activities for the children. HARLEM August 24 ISSUE 5.19 MB Download

$25M In-Patient Drug Treatment Center Opens in Wards Island

The George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery View Full Caption WARDS ISLAND — Sharon Watt used to live in the eastern edge of Long Island and give people $200 haircuts in Montauk. Now she lives in a former psychiatric hospital on the… Continue Reading →

Permits Filed for 217 West 123rd Street, Harlem

A badly dilapidated home at 217 West 123rd Street is about to meet the wrecking ball to make way for a brand new development. Applications filed for the site, located between Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd and Frederick Douglass Blvd… Continue Reading →

She’s Taking the Show Uptown

She’s Taking the Show Uptown The pivotal event in Brandice Daniel’s career arrived without fanfare. She had attended a small fashion show at a restaurant in Brooklyn. “Honestly I don’t remember what the models had on,” Ms. Daniel recalled. “I… Continue Reading →

BOE Investigating Harlem Politician Accused of Living Outside the District

A complaint submitted to the Board of Elections Tuesday Aug. 16, 2017 accuses District Leader Keith Lilly of not living in the district he represents. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Gustavo Solis HARLEM — The Board of Elections is investigating claims that a district… Continue Reading →

140 New Citi Bike Stations Opening Across NYC Starting Next Week

The stations will be installed starting Sept. 12, bringing 2,000 bikes to 140 new Citi Bike docks. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Camille Bautista NEW YORK CITY — Citi Bike will unveil new docking stations in Astoria, Long Island City, Harlem, Crown Heights and… Continue Reading →

Harlem Home Sale Prices Climb at 3 Times the Rate of the Rest of Manhattan

Between 2009 and 2017, the average price per square foot of a Harlem townhouse increased by 171 percent – from $237 to $642 per square foot. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Gustavo Solis HARLEM — Townhouse prices are rising three times faster in… Continue Reading →

The Cinematic Images of Gordon Parks

The Cinematic Images of Gordon Parks Boy with June Bug. Fort Scott, Kan., 1963. Read more CreditGordon Parks, Courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation Related: The Cinematic Images of Gordon Parks Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com

Mayor Bill De Blasio shuns those who want to rename Harlem SOHA

  By: Derrel Jazz Johnson Harlem-based politicians, restaurateurs, publishers, and socialites flocked to the home of the New York City…

‘Racist’ Painted on Statue of Doctor Who Experimented on Slaves, NYPD Says

The controversial Central Park monument has been the target of local politicians through the years.

Amanda Seales of ‘Insecure’ Revisits Her Harlem Haunts

Amanda Seales of ‘Insecure’ Revisits Her Harlem Haunts As Amanda Seales strode into Ginny’s Supper Club, the nightspot under the Red Rooster in Harlem on a recent Thursday, a young woman pulled her aside, saying, “You are fabulous, honey.” At… Continue Reading →

The Harlem Times Writer’s Workshop and Robotics/Engineering Lab (WWRL)

By: Ramona MabenTwilight Productions, Inc. © 2017 On July 17th through July 28th a new youth-oriented educational initiative was developed combining science, technology, engineering, math and journalism. This bold and innovative curriculum was established by The Harlem Times Writer’s Workshop…. Continue Reading →

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