Month

July 2012

Check out the 11th Annual Reel Harlem Film Festival

220 Saint Nicholas Avenue – Stalled Project in Harlem – Now Rentals?

We continue to wait to see what will happen with 220 Saint Nicholas.  It has been over 2 years now with little if no activity.  Does anyone know what is the latest status on this project?  It is starting to… Continue Reading →

Jado Sushi – Grand Opening in Harlem

Last night was the Grand Opening of Jado Sushi in Harlem and it was an enjoyable night and a great crowd.  It has actually already been open for two weeks now but the Grand Opening makes it official. This early… Continue Reading →

Uptown Fridays At The Studio Museum In Harlem

Check out Uptown Fridays at the Studio Museum in Harlem featuring DJ1NEn2WO.  July 27, 2012  7:00 – 10:00 PM It’s a party and you’re invited!  Spend your hot summer nights at The Studio Museum in Harlem during Uptown Fridays.  It’s more… Continue Reading →

QOUTE: Frederick Douglass

“People might not get all they work for in this world, but they must certainly work for all they get.” – Frederick Douglass 

Tribute to Harlem Legend Sylvia Woods

Harlem’s “Queen of Soul Food” Sylvia Woods, 86, died Thursday afternoon at her home in Mount Vernon, N.Y, after suffering from Alzheimers disease for the past few years. Woods and her husband Herbert, natives of South Carolina who met as… Continue Reading →

Jado Sushi In Harlem – Review

With the new wave of diverse restaurants opening in Harlem it seems there is no need to go below 110th Street anymore.  All you need is right here.   Jado Sushi the latest addition to Harlem’s Restaurant Row is no exception…. Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Celia Cruz

“You would give up your career if you lost your voice for good, or if the impresarios stopped calling, or the audiences stopped coming. But as long as those things are there, I don’t plan to stop. There is nothing… Continue Reading →

Restaurant Week Begins Today!

The Twentieth annual New York City Restaurant Week begins today.  It actually runs nearly a month from July 16 through August 10th.  More than 300 restaurants are taking part this year.  Diners can enjoy a prix fixe lunch for $24.07… Continue Reading →

Community Board 10 says Greyhound is hiring drivers

Greyhound bus company needs to hire 600 bus drivers, no experience nor CDL license is needed. They will train those hired. Applicants need to be over 25 years old and be able to pass drug screening test, – there are… Continue Reading →

Get on the bus for Obama in Harlem

Next Saturday, July 21, 2012, Obama For America Team Harlem and Northern Manhattan will be hosting a bus from the Harlem State Office Building to Philadelphia with the goal of registering voters in this important battleground state. Register Now to… Continue Reading →

Sundae Sermon This Sunday July 15th at Morningside Park!

The time has come!!!  Another Sundae Sermon finally approaches this Sunday July 15th from 2 – 7pm in Morningside Park.  Alongside DJ Stormin’ Norman this Sunday will be the one and only DJ Spinna.  If that isn’t enough the event… Continue Reading →

Jado Sushi Opening Tonight!

Jado Sushi is open tonight to the public.  Tonight is what owner Nobu Otsu is calling their soft opening where you will be able to sample selected items from the full menu which will be coming soon.  The grand opening… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Cicely Tyson

“Challenges make you discover things about yourself that you never really knew. They’re what make the instrument stretch-what make you go beyond the norm.” – Cicely Tyson * Cicely Tyson born December 19, 1933 , Tyson was born and raised… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Hue-Man Bookstore Closes

One of Harlem’s last surviving bookstores is closing its doors after 10 years on July 31st. Hue-Man Bookstore & Cafe is located Frederick Douglass Blvd. near W. 125th St. Owner Marva Allen explains that she realized that her current business… Continue Reading →

Harlem Food Bar – A New Hot Spot in Harlem

The just recently opened Harlem Food Bar, owned by Scott Siler and Ernesto Gonzalez is already making a mark for itself on Frederick Douglass Boulevard’s “Restaurant Row” in Harlem.  Not surprising  after the two different experiences I have had there… Continue Reading →

Chef Marcus Samuelsson on CNN

Harlem’s superstar chef Marcus Samuelsson with his new book “Yes, Chef” was featured on CNN this morning in an excellent interview focusing on his extraordinary life and his love of Harlem. At the end of the clip, he eloquently distills… Continue Reading →

Stay Cool, Be Safe

By NativeNewYorker Extreme heat can be dangerous, according to the New York City Department of Health.  High temperatures and humidity can cause heat-related illnesses including heat stroke, an often fatal condition.  Older adults have the highest rates of illness and death from extreme heat… Continue Reading →

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