Month

February 2012

Until the colour of a man’s skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes…

Until the philosophy which hold one race superior And another Inferior Is finally And permanently Discredited And abandoned – Everywhere is war – Me say war. That until there no longer First class and second class citizens of any nation… Continue Reading →

First Saturday Family Fun at the Schomburg: Make African Head Wraps

By NativeNewYorker The “First Saturday” of each month, the Schomburg Center presents a family-oriented program.  This Saturday, March 4th, internationally acclaimed fashion designer Imani McFarlane will show your children how to use gorgeous fabrics and African styles to highlight their hair…. Continue Reading →

The 5 and Diamond Oscar Party tonight!!!

Oscar Party at the 5 and Diamond tonight!!!! Open bar, Games, Trivia, Hors D’ouvres,….And….. cocktail creations named after every movie nominated for BEST PICTURE: Why watch it at home when you can enjoy it with friends and Harlem neighbors in… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Adam Clayton Powell

“Unless man is committed to the belief that all mankind are his brothers, then he labours in vain and hypocritically in the vineyards of equality”  – Adam Clayton Powell

February is Heart Health Month

By NativeNewYorker February is Heart Health Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has heart disease or has had a stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – for both men and… Continue Reading →

Night out with your EveryBlock Harlem neighbors Monday, February 27 from 6-9pm

Want to meet and mingle with some of your EveryBlock neighbors offline? Stop by Dinosaur BBQ (700 W. 125th St at 12th) on Monday, February 27 from 6-9pm. Catch up with concerned and active neighbors, chat with your EveryBlock NYC… Continue Reading →

“The Sacred Sound of Jazz” Thursday February 23rd at Grace Congregational Church

As part of Black History Month, the Grace Congreagtional Church is hosting two performances by the Oikos Ensemble.  The Church is located on W 139 Street between Edgecomb and Frederick Douglass. Please call 212 694-8658 for more details.

QUOTE: Russell Simmons

“Art is a way to express yourself and through that you can escape a bad situation.” – Russell Simmons

Melba’s – Still the Queen

By NativeNewYorker When it opened in 2005, Melba’s was one of the first new restaurants to arrive on Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard. This warm, welcoming, elegant establishment serves “American comfort food”. The menu now includes a few “healthy eating” items… Continue Reading →

Gateway To Harlem on NY1 – Frederick Douglass Boulevard

Last week NY1 showed an entire segment on the renewed energy on Frederick Douglasss Boulevard between 110th and 124th streets.   Businesses and residents working together to make the strip a destination for all of the neighborhoods shopping needs.  They… Continue Reading →

R.I.P. to legend Whitney Houston

Singing superstar Whitney Houston has passed away suddenly today at the age of 48 in Los Angeles. I remember her as a girl in Seventeen magazine, the first African American on the cover. She was unbelievably gorgeous. She was an… Continue Reading →

QUOTES: Maya Angelou

. “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” – Maya Angelou “Nothing will work unless you do.” – Maya Angelou “If you don’t like something, change it.  If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”… Continue Reading →

Harlem remembers Don Cornelius

The Rev. Al Sharpton’s headquarters in Harlem hosted a tribute to legendary Soul Train creator Don Cornelius who passed away this week. About 300 friends and fans gathered today to recount memories of the iconic TV trailblazer. Singer Roberta Flack… Continue Reading →

HARLEM TAVERN SUPER BOWL REDZONE PARTY

If your looking for a good spot to watch the game this Sunday check out Harlem Tavern  SuperBowl Redzone Party 2012.   Indoor and outdoor seating with DJ.  Last call for brunch is 1:30pm.  Doors will reopen for Super Bowl… Continue Reading →

Pledge Your Support for the Harlem Art Festival

The mission of the HarlemArtsFestival is to produce an annual multi-disciplinary arts festival in June of each year at the newly renovated Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park, free and open to the public, showcasing local performers and visual… Continue Reading →

5th on the Park Signs Most Contracts in Harlem in 2011

New York, NY – February 1, 2012 – Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that 5thon the Park, a new, full-service residential high rise on Upper Fifth Avenue, signed a total of 41 contracts throughout 2011, the most out of any new development property in Harlem. Halstead Property Development… Continue Reading →

Happy Black History Month – Music To Celebrate

This is an oldie but a goodie that we posted a couple years ago HCL BlackHistoryMonth Mix Vol 1  compiled by RhythmDB for HarlemCondoLife.  We are posting it again in honor of Black History Month. We  hope that you enjoy this music to… Continue Reading →

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