Month

July 2011

Visit Harlem and Celebrate Harlem Week 2011

HarlemWeek  was started in 1974.  It began as Harlem Day.  A one-day tribute showcasing the community’s rich economic, political and cultural history including the ever increasing artistic talent in Harlem.   It was a way of fostering encouragement and fellowship… Continue Reading →

50% off at Harlem Heritage Tours – ACT BEFORE 8/1

By HarlemGuy Harlem Heritage Tours provides an authentic look at Harlem’s rich political and cultural history. Through Google Offers (of which we’ve previously written) you can experience one 2-hour Civil Rights Multimedia Walking Tour for $12.50 (a $25 value). Click here to take advantage of… Continue Reading →

Amy Winehouse + Mary J. Blige Tribute Party @ Aloft w/ DJ Nessdigital

By HarlemHouse Come join us tonight for a tribute party at Aloft.  This event was passed onto me by my friend DJ Nessdigital.  Check out the details below.                        … Continue Reading →

Update: Lido Restaurant In Harlem

  By HarlemGuy Lido restaurant of which we’ve often blogged recently announced some changes that we are sure you will like. The sidewalk cafe is officially open They are open Mondays Monday through Friday, they have a $14 prix fix lunch with… Continue Reading →

88 MORNINGSIDE IN HARLEM, Unveils breathtaking rooftop terrace

By HarlemHouse  FASTEST SELLING DEVELOPMENT IN HARLEM, 88 MORNINGSIDE,   UNVEILS BREATHTAKING ROOFTOP TERRACE New York, NY – July 29, 2011 – Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced the completion of the rooftop terrace at 88 Morningside, a premier new development… Continue Reading →

Harlem4Obama – At The Brownstone Lounge

By HarlemHouse                                                                              … Continue Reading →

Sunset, Harlem Pier Park

This September marks 402 years since Henry Hudson, representing the Dutch East India Company, navigated his ship the Halve Maen (Half Moon) up the Hudson River.  About 50 years later the Dutch village of Haarlem was officially established. There’s definitely… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Cornel West

“You’ve got to be a thermostat rather than a thermometer.  A thermostat shapes the climate of opinion; a thermometer just reflects it”   – Cornel West Learn more about Cornel West

Cooling Down When Harlem Is Heating Up

By tharealharlemista                                                                            … Continue Reading →

Summer Jazz Mix Vol. 2 mixed for HCL (HarlemCondoLife)

SUMMER JAZZ MIX (Vol. 2) RHYTHMDB Stream via podbean or Download via Itunes. By HarlemHouse                                                      … Continue Reading →

Save when you shop in Harlem for fruits and veggies using Health Bucks

By HarlemGuy The 2011 Health Bucks season at farmers’ markets across the city is in full swing. Health Bucks are $2 coupons redeemable for fresh fruit and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets. A customer receives the coupon for every $5… Continue Reading →

MCMB Cleaners Still In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem I remember when I first moved to Harlem, empty lots, vacant store fronts, and limited housing appeared to be the norm.  The long time residents sure seemed to know where the hot spots were but being the newbie,… Continue Reading →

CEDRIC – Update! Good Things Come To Those Who Wait.

By HarlemHouse It won’t be long now.  Good things come to those who wait.  The highly anticipated Cedric Bistro which resides in the old “Mojo” space on 119th Street and St. Nicholas is barreling along with construction for a summer… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Ossie Davis

“Any form of art is a form of power; it has impact, it can affect change it can not only move us, it makes us move.” – Ossie Davis

BABY YOGURT coming to Harlem?

By NativeNewYorker Reliable sources tell us that the owner of Baby Yogurt is about to sign a lease for one of the commercial spaces in the Gateway Tower on Frederick Douglass  Boulevard between 113th & 114th Streets.  Baby Yogurt offers a… Continue Reading →

Beyonce Visits Harlem Yet Again

By HarlemGuy@HarlemCondoLife.com   |   For those of you still wondering if Harlem is where it’s at, TMZ reports that Beyonce paid Harlem yet another surprise visit at Target where she unexpectedly appeared at an event for the Boys & Girls Club and led an… Continue Reading →

For Sale – 52% Discount on cupcakes @ Tonnies Minis in Harlem via Google Offers

By HarlemGuy @ HarlemCondoLife I woke up this morning to this notice from Google Offers featuring a local Harlem favorite Tonnie’s Minis. We’ve told you about both previously.  Now is the time to try them in tandem. Enjoy!

Black Cowboys Ride into Harlem this Friday

By NativeNewYorker This Friday, July 15th, from 12 noon to 4 pm, the Federation of Black Cowboys will again transform West 113th Street (between Frederick Douglass Blvd & Manhattan Avenue) into a rodeo.  The cowboys will be demonstrating their riding skills and rope… Continue Reading →

Shoe Repairs and More In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As I waited for the bus on Lenox Ave. and 116th St., I realized there was one more errand to complete for an upcoming trip.  I had just about given up on getting a shoulder strap shortened, when… Continue Reading →

Quote: When people show you who they are believe them the first time

By HarlemCondoLife One of the other great lessons I learned taught to me by my friend and mentor, Maya Angelou and if you can get this, you can save yourself a lot of time.   Remember this because this will happen… Continue Reading →

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