Month

January 2010

759: Boy Scouts of Harlem special screening

By HarlemCondoLife Almost a year ago, HarlemCondoLife told you about a documentary called 759: Boy Scouts of Harlem. In our review, we gave it a thumbs up and encouraged everyone to go see the film. If you have not seen… Continue Reading →

Exclusive presale for David Sedaris at the Apollo

By HarlemCondoLife If you like David Sedaris, writer, comedian and best selling author, then this post is for you! Sedaris is performing at Harlem’s famous Apollo Theater on November 1, 2010 and starting today at 10 AM Wednesday, January 27… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Sylvia’s Restaurant to provide home delivery in February

By HarlemCondoLife I read the news in Crain’s, a New York business publication, announcing that Slyvia’s Restaurant, Harlem’s touristy soul food hangout and a political platform for wanna be candidates, will be offering home delivery in February. That is great… Continue Reading →

Signs of Life at Gateway Condo In Harlem?

Per Curbed.com: Signs of Life at Harlem’s Gateway ?

Nectar & Harlem Vintage…

By HarlemHouse UPDATE  Jan. 26th:  Just wanted to post an Update that HARLEM VINTAGE  sold out every bottle of Haitian Rum “Barancourt” last night at the tasting they had for donating to “New Yorkers For Haiti” Way to go Harlem for… Continue Reading →

The Douglass

Update: Short notes on my visit to the Douglass in Harlem.

Get ready for Restaurant Week and Dine Out For Haiti

Restaurant Week & Dine Out For Haiti

Haitian Boy "Moment For Humanity"

By HarlemHouse 01/20/2010 Seeing this little Haitian boy, after 7 days, being pulled from the rubble today… in my opinion is the “meaning of life” I can’t see this image enough… and the innocence of joy that it represents. What… Continue Reading →

Haitian Boy “Moment For Humanity”

By HarlemHouse 01/20/2010 Seeing this little Haitian boy, after 7 days, being pulled from the rubble today… in my opinion is the “meaning of life” I can’t see this image enough… and the innocence of joy that it represents. What… Continue Reading →

Crowds seen at Harlem's Frizzante, Good food and design attracts

By HarlemGal and Austin2Harlem We enjoy dining out in Harlem and this past holiday weekend was no exception. For our Friday night outing, we decided to check out one of the newest food establishments in Harlem, Frizzante Italian Bistro &… Continue Reading →

Dwyer Cultural Center: "Harlem Is…."

 By NativeNewYorker If you have not yet visited the Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue, you are missing a treat.  I had walked past this new addition to Harlem several times since its opening last June, but I… Continue Reading →

Dwyer Cultural Center: “Harlem Is….”

 By NativeNewYorker If you have not yet visited the Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue, you are missing a treat.  I had walked past this new addition to Harlem several times since its opening last June, but I… Continue Reading →

Harlem To Haiti – You Are Not Alone

By HarlemGuy What’s happened in Haiti is worse than we can ever know.  That is clear by the evolving footage on all media outlets including CNN (the Haiti EarthQuake Home Page) and the New York Times (must see picture gallery)…. Continue Reading →

The Winery in Harlem is moving

By HarlemCondoLife Due to a change in rent and needing more space, The Winery, which is currently located at Frederick Douglass Blvd. between 116th and 117th Street, is moving to 257 West 116th Street. Work is happening now on the… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Frizzante Italian Bistro opens….finally

  UPDATE: Click here to read review on food! After many, many months of restaurant furniture sitting inside a nicely designed corner space, a naked bar and teasing windows for Harlemites to peak in, Frizzante Italian Bistro & Bar has… Continue Reading →

More room for dining at Harlem’s Lolita’s

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife (twitter: @HarlemCondoLife.com) Not too long ago, I was craving tostadas and Mexican corn on the cob so I headed to Lolita’s on Lenox Avenue and 113th Street. When I went in I noticed the place was… Continue Reading →

Architectural Digest "Harlem"

by HarlemHouse I noticed an article in the February “Before & After” issue of Architectural Digest about a Designer that “Makes more with less” in his One-Bedroom Apartment in Harlem. The well established Designer Roderick N. Shade who the magazine… Continue Reading →

Architectural Digest “Harlem”

by HarlemHouse I noticed an article in the February “Before & After” issue of Architectural Digest about a Designer that “Makes more with less” in his One-Bedroom Apartment in Harlem. The well established Designer Roderick N. Shade who the magazine… Continue Reading →

My Harlem, Yesterday and Today

By NativeNewYorker As a Harlem native, I read the NY Times article yesterday about the demographic changes in Harlem with mixed feelings.  I was pleased, of course, to see a feature article about Harlem; amused by the convenient redefinition of… Continue Reading →

Will Harlem be the next location for a Marcus Samuelsson restaurant?

HarlemCondoLife by HarlemGal After a little hiatus from blogging, it’s nice to return to posting with some interesting tidbits that could potentially impact Harlem’s restaurant scene. There are rumors floating around online that famous chef and Harlem resident Marcus Samuelsson… Continue Reading →

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