Month

October 2010

Celebrate Halloween in Harlem at Mt. Morris Park Extravaganza

By HarlemGal The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association invites you to the Second Annual Mount Morris Park Halloween Extravaganza, Saturday, October 30 from 1 to 5 PM and Sunday, October 31 from 4 to 6 PM! The Mount Morris… Continue Reading →

Just Wingin It in Harlem has ‘store for rent’ sign up

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A reader left us a message saying they  saw a “store for rent” sign hanging on the property of Just Wingin It. I walked by the place last night and sure enough, there was a for… Continue Reading →

Where to get Halloween costumes in Harlem?

By HarlemGal I was asked recently, where is the best place in Harlem to purchase Halloween costumes for adults and children? Off the top of my head, the place that comes to mind is King Party Center at 66 West… Continue Reading →

Taylor Swift was in Harlem…get out of here!

By HarlemGal I really thought all the publicity around our Target in East Harlem was sort of over. Wrong. It seems that this store will now be the pit stop for celebrities who have to push their product while they… Continue Reading →

Halloween entertainers needed for Spanish Harlem kids

After blog posting about Harlem Meer’s Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail, I received a special request. There are a select group of Harlemites in Spanish Harlem that are having a small Halloween street party from 3 PM to 7 PM on… Continue Reading →

Frizzante in Harlem closed for couple of days

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Over the weekend a reader asked HarlemCondoLife “what’s up with Frizzante in Harlem? The doors have been shut for a few days?” I wondered the same thing! I made a few calls and here’s the latest!… Continue Reading →

Costumes galore at Harlem Meer's 2010 Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail

By HarlemGal The immaculate Fall weather was the perfect backdrop for the 2010 Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail located at Harlem Meer. Plus all the costumes present made the day that much brighter. I saw little dinosaurs, tigers, lions, pirates… Continue Reading →

Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail today at Harlem Meer

By HarlemGal Don’t forget…Central Park’s annual Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail is happening today at Harlem Meer and the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center (inside the Park on 110th St between Fifth and Lenox Aves). It starts at 4 PM… Continue Reading →

UPDATE: 371-373 Manhattan Avenue in Harlem back on the market

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Okay…so the church located at 371-373 Manhattan Avenue, which we first told you about in 2009, is back on the market for around the same price it was listed in the first business quarter of 2010…. Continue Reading →

There is a rose in Spanish Harlem, an abundance on East 116th Street

By HarlemGal Do you remember the song by Ben King called “There is a rose in Spanish Harlem?” It is an oldie, but goodie hit! We thought of this song recently when we passed by the flower stand on the… Continue Reading →

Experience: Harlem hosts bar and restaurant crawl

By HarlemGal Have you ever wanted to check out several drinking and eating establishments in Harlem in one night but never had the time? You’ve read about Harlem’s booming restaurant row on Frederick Douglass Boulevard in various publications and wondered… Continue Reading →

Celebrity Foodie Marcuss Samuelsson is About Town in Harlem

By HarlemGuy We’ve frequently posted about Marcus Samuelsson who we recenlty spotted having brunch at Society Cafe on 114th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard a few weeks ago.   Yet another indication of the strip’s emerging Gold Coast status as first coined by… Continue Reading →

The Douglass in Harlem participates in open house wine tasting, Bebenoir turns three

By HarlemGal Harlem happenings for this weekend-October 16th and 17th! Check them out-if it interests you! Have a great weekend!

Prince holds surprise news conference in Harlem to launch Welcome 2 America tour

By HarlemGal Early evening Thursday (October 14), the Harlem online community on Twitter were all abuzz informing all interested parties that Prince was in Harlem holding a surprise news conference at the Apollo Theater, and if you wanted to attend… Continue Reading →

Visit Harlem Pop in East Harlem

By HarlemGal While I was walking around Central and East Harlem this past weekend for the Harlem Art Walk, I stumbled across Harlem Pop, a marketplace, art gallery and performance space located at 2037 Fifth Avenue in Harlem. This was my… Continue Reading →

Aloft Hotel plans to offer Harlem-made or themed items in cul-de-sac type shop

By HarlemGal While The Aloft Hotel, located at 2296 Frederick Douglass Blvd., is receiving a ton of news coverage at the moment from the traditional media as the first hotel to open in Harlem since 1967 (darn that’s a long… Continue Reading →

Harlem is booming says NY Times supplement

By HarlemGal Did anyone see the supplement in The New York Times last week featuring the new condo developments in Harlem? It mentions The Livmor, Ellington on the Park, 2280 Frederick Douglass, and The Apex inside The Aloft Hotel. I… Continue Reading →

Pizza plans a possibility for Harlem's Settepani

By HarlemGal What do you think about a pizza place opening on Lenox Avenue? Several readers have whispered in our ear saying that the southeast corner of Lenox Ave and 119th Street in Harlem is being prepped as a pizza… Continue Reading →

Harlem Art Walk 2010 provided medley of artistry

By HarlemGal Saturday and Sunday (October 9th and 10th) were absolutely gorgeous days to be out and about in Harlem. I took advantage of the wonderful weather with an art walk around Harlem…for free! The Harlem Art Walk was a… Continue Reading →

Wonderful weather compliments success of Harlem Harvest Festival and Fresh Food Summit

By HarlemGal This past week my fellow blogger, NativeNewYorker, told you about the Harlem Harvest Festival and Fresh Food Summit taking place on October 9. Did you check it out? We did and enjoyed the event very much! The vegetable… Continue Reading →

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