Month

August 2011

Lots of Caregiving in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As a follow up to my post from last week, it was evident that there is definitely a need for support resources for family and friends who are caregivers.  The event, Preventing Caregiver Burnout, sponsored by Assemblyman Keith… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Michael Jackson

HarlemHouse “If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with.” – Michael Jackson

Harlem Getz Deep (Vol. 1) New PODCAST

By HarlemHouse A celebration of House Music in Harlem and beyond.  Inspired by the music at Sundae Sermon, Deep House Parties throughout the city and played at Harlem’s Hudson River Cafe, Nectar Wine Bar and Aloft Lounge. On this mix RhythmDB… Continue Reading →

Harlem Says Goodbye to a Legend

by thaRealHarlemista R & B Music legend Nick Ashford will be laid to rest later today at Abyssinian Baptist Church here in Harlem. He passed away last Monday from throat cancer. Mr. Ashford and his equally talented songwriting partner-wife Valerie… Continue Reading →

After the Storm

by thaRealHarlemista After a tense Saturday night, New York City dodged a bullet with Hurricane Irene, and we in Harlem thankfully sustained little permanent damage. Today, the backside of the Hurricane brought quite strong winds sweeping through the streets. A… Continue Reading →

BestYet Market open today but closing early

  By NativeNewYorker If you need some post-Irene groceries, BestYet will be open until about 9 pm tonight.

Intrepid In Harlem: A Dunkin’ Donuts Is Open The Morning After Irene

By HarlemGuy Props to our local Dunkin’ Donuts which opened for business this Sunday morning on FDB between 113 and 114, following Hurricane Irene.   As of 10am this morning, nothing else is open from 110 to 116 on FDB this… Continue Reading →

Harlem Hunkers Down

by thaRealHarlemista With the unprecedented MTA system shut down, Harlemites are doing last minute emergency shopping in preparation of Hurricane Irene. To all our readers, please be prepared and be careful.

Hurricane Update: Harlem Has A Flood Risk Zone. Stay Informed SAFELY via Webcam

By HarlemGuy Harlem has a flood risk zone per the latest maps we’ve inspected.  So please take appropriate cautions of you live in or near the area, or have any friends or family at risk. If you are curious about… Continue Reading →

Irene: A Hurricane In Harlem

By HarlemGuy Hurricane Irene is coming.  Low lying areas are at risk.   HarlemCondoLife encourages all of its readers to take necessary precautions.  Below are some useful links.  If you have others please share via comments to this post. NYT Hurricane… Continue Reading →

!WEPA! Latin/Brazilian Afro House Feast

By HarlemHouse Great Party tonight worth checking out in Spanish Harlem!                            !WEPA! Wednesday, August 24 ‘ 6:00pm – 9:00pm at The Museu del Barrio an outdoor summer FREE… Continue Reading →

“Peace & Drums” in Marcus Garvey Park

By NativeNewYorker Universal Soundship Foundation, Ltd. invites “peace -loving people of all cultural traditions and creative persuasions to come out and participate.”  Children are welcome.  For more info call 212 987 – 3902 or email universalsoundship@gmail.com    

HELP IS ON THE WAY IN HARLEM

By Icare4Harlem With the increase in the aging, disabled, and chronically ill populations, there is an expanding need for caregivers.  Families are faced with the daunting task of locating, employing, and leaving their loved ones in the hands of someone… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Pearl Bailey

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New York in the 20’s – Jazz Films at the Museum of the City of New York

by theRealHarlemista The Museum of the City of New York is a fantastic compendium of our city’s past and present,  although it sometimes lives in the shadow of New York’s other world class Museums. This Sunday, August 28th, as part… Continue Reading →

JIRANI – KENYA AND HARLEM UNITE TOGETHER THROUGH SONG

By HarlemHouse Children from Kenya and Harlem unite together through song.  Youngsters from both sides of the Atlantic are blending their voices and their cultures together for a very unique summer camp in the heart of Harlem.  The children are from… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Gospel for Teens Headed for the Bigscreen

Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment are developing a feature film based on the 60 Minutes segment Gospel for Teens.  Gospel for Teens is about a group of teens in Harlem who overcame their personal struggles through the art of gospel singing.The 60 Minutes segment followed Lesley Stahl.  She spent a year… Continue Reading →

Harlem Jobs – Performing Arts Teachers – Harlem Village Academies

Harlem Village Academies – a network of high performing charter schools – is currently looking to hire inspired, creative, and motivated individuals to facilitate their “Find Your Passion” Afterschool Arts Program. We are currently seeking choral, dance, and theatre instructors… Continue Reading →

Lunch at Harlem Tavern

By Icare4Harlem I didn’t go to Harlem Tavern on the opening night as it was just too packed.  After passing by on several occasions, I finally ventured in to enjoy a mid-afternoon lunch.  Well, I couldn’t have picked a better… Continue Reading →

Grand Opening of CEDRIC French Bistro – Bar in Harlem

By HarlemHouse L’ouveture de Harlem’s Cedric’s Restaurant était une nuit à se rappeler (an unforgetable evening).  Cedric opens with a bang!  The who’s who of Harlem popped in Monday evening to welcome Harlem’s  newest addition.  The crowd included local residents and… Continue Reading →

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