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October 2011

Jobs @ Museum for African Art in Harlem

Development Associate Working with the other members of the development department, the successful candidate will help manage institutional (corporate, foundation and government) solicitations for the Museum’s general operations fund. The Development Associate provides support to the Manager of Institutional Funding,… Continue Reading →

iPhone Soundtrack for Central Park’s Harlem Meer

I love taking in the Park after a weather event like the one we experienced yesterday. As I was prepping for my walk I read about this new audio-experience and plan on trying it today.   Music especially composed for… Continue Reading →

Early Season Snow in Harlem

by tharealharlemista

QUOTE: Michael Jordan

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Stop-and-frisk protesters being arrested outside the 28th Precinct

Civil rights campaigner and Princeton professor Dr Cornel West and others, including Carl Dix, a national spokesman for the Revolutionary Communist Party; several local religious leaders; and James Vrettos, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice were arrested… Continue Reading →

Vote On Your Favorite Harlem Barbershops

The Daily News reports on some of what they call “the best” local barbershops. Audubon Barbershop Washington Heights 61 Audubon Ave. (212) 923-5649 BBRAXTON East Harlem 1400 Fifth Ave., (212) 289-3200, www.bbraxton.com Levels Barbershop East Harlem/Harlem 2032 Lexington Ave., (212)… Continue Reading →

NECTAR “An Evening of Exquisite Food & Wine”

By HarlemHouse You do not want to miss this special event at Nectar Wine Bar Saturday October 22nd.  Join the Nectar team as they turn over the kitchen to Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson.  Experience why he won Rocco’s Dinner Party with… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Oprah Winfrey

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Harlem Real Estate Is Hot Now

The Wall Street Journal reports that a recent renaissance of the Harlem real-estate market with new buyers bidding on townhouses and condominiums. Recently three townhouses closed between $2.3 million and $2.85 million, the highest prices since the spring of 2009. During… Continue Reading →

On Display Now…

We’ve all seen unruly customers in stores, but the CVS on Lenox and 116th had its hands full last week when a wild squirrel bumrushed the door and made himself at home for a few days, dining straight off the… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dangerous Intersections

CrashStat by Transportation Alternatives provides an interactive map of NYC’s most dangerous intersections. Shown here are pedestrian and biker fatalities, Harlem, 1995 – 2009. The site plots every crash recorded by the N.Y. State Department of Transportation since 1995 that involved a… Continue Reading →

Lady Gaga Shoots Her New Music Video In Harlem

Lady GaGa was back in black in Harlem Oct. 13th shooting her latest music video, “Marry the Night”, which premieres later this year. Check out this and other hits available on Amazon.com, including: Born This Way (Special Edition)

Hamilton Heights Halloween Celebration (Fourth Annual) For Babies, Toddlers and PreSchoolers

For Babies, Toddlers and PreSchoolers (Older Siblings Welcome) Get your Costumes and a Healthy Treat to share and come out Saturday October 29, 2011 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM St. Luke’s Community Garden at 141st and Convent! (435 West 141st… Continue Reading →

Society Coffee…One Last Time… (A note from Karl)

When I first moved to my slice of Harlem approx. six (or was it seven?) years ago now, from 110th – 125th on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, there was basically Mama’s (for fast food chicken), Melbas (for what I call classic… Continue Reading →

In Case You Missed It – Levain Bakery has the best chocolate chip cookies

Levain Bakery makes the Daily New’s Best of NY for the best chocolate cookies.  To which we can attest, as mentioned in a recent post. Their signature cookie has both semisweet chocolate chips and chunks of walnuts. Cookies are baked… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Mahatma Gandhi

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The “Mother of Hip Hop” Sylvia Robinson passes away

by thaRealHarlemista Whether you love or hate rap, you cannot deny its influence on our popular music and lives today. And Friday, rap lost a true pioneer in Sylvia Robinson, a singer, songwriter and record producer who formed and oversaw the… Continue Reading →

REMINDER: Harlem Hosts The 2nd Annual Mahatma Gandhi Health and Peace Walk on 10/2

By HarlemGuy The Mahatma Gandhi Health and Peace Walk is a unique and free public health initiative that is inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s habit of walking regularly to maintain his health. It aims to encourage people to follow his example… Continue Reading →

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