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November 2010

My family Walkabout in Harlem

By HarlemGal While The Wall Street Journal recently posted their Walkabout in Harlem with Vibe Magazine Co-CEO Brett Wright and the WSJ’s Lee Hakwins, I want to share how I did my very own Walkabout with family members who were… Continue Reading →

Want holidays gifts Made in Harlem?

By HarlemGal Last year, I purchased Harlem-themed notecards made by a local artist, who lives and works in Harlem, as holiday gifts for family and friends. I plan on sticking with that same approach this year since I love all… Continue Reading →

Live. Love. Shop Harlem!

By HarlemGal The Power of One has unveiled its holiday-themed campaign: Live. Love. Shop Harlem. “As the holiday season approaches, we are hoping that customers will come to Harlem as they go about their holiday shopping,” says Marva Allen, founder of… Continue Reading →

The Gateway Condominium in Harlem completely visible, a tri-colored building appears

By HarlemGal 2098 Frederick Douglass Blvd, where The Gateway Condo resides, is completely visible to the public now after shedding its entire scaffolding. The big heavy metal frame came down this past Friday (November 19) after several years being up… Continue Reading →

Law and Order Special Victims Unit (SVU) Spied Filiming In Harlem

By HarlemGuy On my way home from work last night I noticed a commotion on 113th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard (FDB) and Morningside, which is right off Harlem’s Gold Coast / Harlem’s restaurant row. As I walked towards the source… Continue Reading →

Spend every third Friday at Slyvia's in Harlem

By HarlemGal Need something to do every third Friday of the month? Looks like Slyvia’s on Lenox Avenue has the solution with the help of the Harlem Arts Alliance! All the details are below. I plan on checking this event… Continue Reading →

You Can Still Catch Glimpses of Fall In Harlem

By HarlemGuy Fall is one of my favorite times of year. And there’s nothing like a walk through Harlem’s many parks to take it in. And the weeks right before thanksgiving are a perfect time to take it all in…. Continue Reading →

Paul McCartney to perform soon in Harlem at The Apollo

By HarlemGal One of the Fab Five will step foot in Harlem and perform at Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater. The Associated Press reports today that Paul McCartney will perform for the very first time at The Apollo on December 13!… Continue Reading →

Rental apartments available at 2078-2080 Frederick Douglass Blvd in Harlem

By HarlemGal Awhile back a reader was asking us about apartments opening up at 2078-2080 Frederick Douglass Blvd. We did not have any info then. I believe we do now. Another reader left this document on our site last night…. Continue Reading →

Designer Vintage collection launch at N Boutique in Harlem

By HarlemGal Interested in shopping today, Sunday, November 14 along with a mimosa in hand? Then head on over to N Boutique at 119th Street and Lenox. Today, they are unveiling their  DESIGNER VINTAGE collection for women and men. N Boutique… Continue Reading →

Art Crawl through Spanish Harlem

By HarlemGal This past Summer we told you about an art crawl  in Harlem. There is another one taking place Saturday, November 13th from noon to 6 PM, focusing on Spanish Harlem only! Should be good! If you are interested,… Continue Reading →

Former POTUS renews office space in Harlem, Clinton staying for another ten years

By HarlemGal I am not in the vicinity of Harlem this week, however, nothing moves me more while I am away to see an article on the road about Harlem and one of its famous commercial space residents-President Bill Clinton…. Continue Reading →

Time to Get Your Flu Shot

By NativeNewYorker It has never been easier to get your annual flu shot.  Unlike last year, when the H1N1 outbreak required 2 separate vaccinations, this year’s flu shots protect against all of the current strains of the influenza virus, including… Continue Reading →

Quote of the Week: Edward Everett Hale

“I am only one, but still I am one.  I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something I can do.  What I can do, I… Continue Reading →

Summit on the Black Arts Movement starts this week at the Dwyer

By NativeNewYorker This Tuesday, November 9th at 7 pm, the Dwyer Cultural Center presents the first of three events in their “Black Arts Movement Summit” series.  Tuesday’s event focuses on theater and features a dialogue with poet-playwright-activist Amiri Baraka, a legendary figure… Continue Reading →

Watch New York City Marathon in Harlem

By HarlemGal There are a ton of spots to watch and root the runners on for the New York City Marathon. However, there are a few limited spots that actually are not that crowded along the route. In my view,… Continue Reading →

Levain Bakery plans to bake cookies and bread in Harlem

By HarlemGal If you have walked by the old Tribal Spears Gallery space recently, which was at 2167 Frederick Douglass Blvd., and saw a lot of construction happening, it’s the working crew for Levain Bakery, the Upper Westside and Hampton’s bakery…. Continue Reading →

Harlem through the eyes of Marcus Samuelsson

By HarlemGal The countdown begins for the opening of Red Rooster, which is suppose to have its preview night November 2 in Harlem with an official opening expected about three weeks later according to a reader and its owner, Marcus… Continue Reading →

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