Month

September 2010

Harlem merchant association kicks-off Oktoberfest

By HarlemGal Have no clue how to celebrate Oktoberfest in Harlem?  Look to Harlem Park to Park to assist. They offer plenty of options starting tomorrow (October 1)! Harlem Park to Park Initiative is a merchants association formed in 2009… Continue Reading →

Three Harlem restaurants make Michelin 'Bib Gourmand' best places under $40 list

By HarlemGal Michelin “Bib Gourmand” restaurant picks under $40 for New York City were recently announced. Two Harlem restaurants made the list again and one new Harlem restaurant was added. El Paso Taqueria, located at 1642 Lexington Avenue or 237… Continue Reading →

Select Harlem teachers comment on 'Waiting for Superman'

By HarlemGal Last week, I blogged about the documentary, “Waiting for Superman,” which features a Harlem student and Geoffrey Canada, and talks about the education system in America. Since I have seen the film, which I liked, I have come… Continue Reading →

See 'The Other Side of Immigration' in East Harlem

By HarlemGal Art for Change is hosting a closing exhibition reception and screening of “The Other Side of Immigration” in East Harlem this Thursday, September 30 at 2082 Lexington Avenue at 126th Street. The reception starts at 6:30 p.m. followed… Continue Reading →

bier international (review)

By HarlemHouse This place is a goldmine! Owners Chris Pollok and Oujmane Keita have delivered to our Harlem neighborhood a new watering hole that since day one has hit the ground running.  You may have been following our updates on… Continue Reading →

Harlem rezoning plus Frederick Douglass Boulevard equals restaurant row

Frederick Douglass Blvd is in the news again! Some entities are clearly getting it that FDB from 110th Street to 125th Street is the place to be! DNAinfo.com and The New York Times have recently filed stories about FDB and how… Continue Reading →

A Neighborhood Library in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The 115th St. branch of the New York City Public Library is not new to the neighborhood.  However, I felt that it was worth sharing my most recent experience with this institution.  Tucked around the corner of 115th… Continue Reading →

Get Your Drink On In Harlem's Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy If you’re looking for a place to hang your hat and get your groove on this weekend (or any night for that matter), Harlem has a spot for you – and right on it’s Gold Coast. From Bier… Continue Reading →

Get Your Drink On In Harlem’s Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy If you’re looking for a place to hang your hat and get your groove on this weekend (or any night for that matter), Harlem has a spot for you – and right on it’s Gold Coast. From Bier… Continue Reading →

Quote of the week: Harlem

“And I think this is what I felt when we first moved into Harlem… All these people on the street, various colors. So much pattern. So much movement. So much color. So much vitality. So much energy.” – Jacob Lawrence,… Continue Reading →

Harlem student and well-known educator featured in 'Waiting for Superman'

By HarlemGal There are plenty of films that open every weekend in New York City. There are so many that it is hard to decide what to see in the movie theaters at times. However, this weekend is different. There… Continue Reading →

The African American Parade emphasizes Unity and Pride

by Harlemista I have the pleasure of experiencing the incredible African American Day Parade (the largest Black Parade in America) outside my window on Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd every September. Since 1969 this Parade has been– and still is… Continue Reading →

Celebrate Oktoberfest in Harlem at bier international

By HarlemGal Harlem’s new premium beer joint, bier international, has hit the ground running since it opened several weeks ago. Bier first started serving quality beer (their strawberry beer is my favorite) and then came the starter and full menu…. Continue Reading →

Multi-Rhythmic Mix (New Podcast)

By HarlemHouse ~~~ Check out this podcast by RhythmDB with cool soothing chillout and world music blended together with atmospheric house. Multi-Rhythmic Mix(Harlem Beauty)never gets off track from it’s relaxing journey.  One of my favorite podcasts to date by RhythmDB… Continue Reading →

Rev. Al Sharpton joins Sunday morning programming with own show

By HarlemGal The choices for Sunday morning TV programming is expanding by one show starting September 26 and you might recognize the person involved in this expansion! The Rev. Al Sharpton, who founded the National Action Network that is based… Continue Reading →

Harlem NY Primary Election Results

By HarlemGuy Source: The New York Times Click here for full coverage.

Donors In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem On September 11, 2010, there were several memorial services throughout the city to recognize family and friends lost in this tragic attack.  On the same day, I also attended another important event that occurred at the Harlem School… Continue Reading →

Listen to 'Harlem River Blues,' Picked as Fall favorite in Time Magazine

By HarlemGal Back in April, I blogged about the top reasons to live in Harlem. One of the reasons I mentioned was Harlem has several famous songs about or that mention it. Well…there is another song out there to add… Continue Reading →

VOTE IN TODAY'S NYC PRIMARY ELECTION – A Public Service Announcement

VOTE / PRIMARY / TODAY / NYC Tuesday is Primary Day in New York State. Polls in New York City are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Voters statewide will decide the Republican candidates for governor and United States… Continue Reading →

VOTE IN TODAY’S NYC PRIMARY ELECTION – A Public Service Announcement

VOTE / PRIMARY / TODAY / NYC Tuesday is Primary Day in New York State. Polls in New York City are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Voters statewide will decide the Republican candidates for governor and United States… Continue Reading →

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