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February 2011

Harlem’s bier international applies for sidewalk cafe

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I walked by bier international last night and I couldn’t help but notice there was a sizable sign taped to their window informing passersby of a public hearing on April 6, 2011. The subject line gives… Continue Reading →

Opening of Levain Bakery Harlem store delayed

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A follower on Twitter informed me today that Levain Bakery is delaying their opening of their Harlem store by one week. I think this photo says it all. I guess the cookie dough is not ready… Continue Reading →

Harlem Biennale presents: Lectures with Author Jonathan Gill

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife In recognition of Black History Month, Harlem Biennale, a non-profit arts organization that combines a focus on Harlem and Upper Manhattan with community-engaged artistic practices, is offering interesting lectures, starting this weekend and mostly all taking place… Continue Reading →

Free coffee in honor of Best Yet Market in Harlem turning one

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The good folks over at Best Yet Market in Harlem notified us yesterday that they are giving away a free small cup of cappuccino or a latte on Thursday (February 17) and Friday (February 18) to shoppers… Continue Reading →

The Injustice Files screening at Harlem’s Schomburg Center

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife If you’re interested in another free screening, there is one taking place tonight (February 16) of The Injustice Files at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, located at 515 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. The… Continue Reading →

BlackHistoryMonth(Gospel Mix Vol. 2) RhythmDB

By HarlemHouse Happy Black History Month to everyone from HCL.  To celebrate here is a new Podcast of Gospel and Inspirational music mixed by RhythmDB.  Just go to iTunes for your FREE DOWNLOAD or you can STREAM FOR FREE on… Continue Reading →

Happy Black History Month

By HarlemGuy Black History Month is a reminder of what we must do each and every day -celebrate the past, current and future achievements of African Americans. The Egyptian revolution is a potent reminder of the power of one’s will… Continue Reading →

Girls Night Out screening of Jumping the Broom happening in Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife.com I just learned more details about the after party talking place this Monday, February 14 for the Girls Night Out screening of Jumping the Broom. The after party will take place at Hue-Man Book Store around… Continue Reading →

Franz James Floral Boutique in Harlem to open today, Lido Restaurant as well

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife February 12 is one busy day for some new local businesses opening up in Harlem. As I told you, Lido Italian Restaurant and Bar was scheduled to open before Valentine’s Day and they are now open…. Continue Reading →

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