Day: June 18, 2011

The Atlanta Post asks is Harlem fading as a Black Mecca?

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By HarlemCondoLife In a video report about Harlem, The Atlanta Post talks about the 2009 census data, how it revealed the black population has been decreased by double digits, non-blacks are moving into the area, and replacing African-Americans…

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Thank You To Our Readers

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By HarlemGuy HarlemCondoLife would like to thank you – its readers for your continued support. It is with this in mind that we are pleased to report that we hit a new milestone on June 14th 2011.  It…

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Do Something Cool For Fathers Day – Visit Harlem's 38th Annual Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic

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By HarlemGuy If you are looking for something different this year check out the The 38th Annual Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic in Marcus Garvey Park. The event is presented by Rockstar Games.  It is the only professional cycling race…

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Do Something Cool For Fathers Day – Visit Harlem’s 38th Annual Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic

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By HarlemGuy If you are looking for something different this year check out the The 38th Annual Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic in Marcus Garvey Park. The event is presented by Rockstar Games.  It is the only professional cycling race…

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RESTORED – "One of the prettiest little parks in New York", Richard Rodgers Amphitheater @ Marcus Garvey Park Unveiled

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By HarlemGuy Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe recently cut the ribbon on $7 million in improvements to the restored bandshell and amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park.  Attendees included:  Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer City Council Member Inez Dickens Community Board 11…

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RESTORED – “One of the prettiest little parks in New York”, Richard Rodgers Amphitheater @ Marcus Garvey Park Unveiled

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By HarlemGuy Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe recently cut the ribbon on $7 million in improvements to the restored bandshell and amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park.  Attendees included:  Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer City Council Member Inez Dickens Community Board 11…

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The Atlanta Post asks is Harlem fading as a Black Mecca?

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By HarlemCondoLife In a video report about Harlem, The Atlanta Post talks about the 2009 census data, how it revealed the black population has been decreased by double digits, non-blacks are moving into the area, and replacing African-Americans…

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