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September 2012

Oktoberfest Harlem

Oktoberfest is back!  And for those living in Harlem the Post reports that Bier International and Harlem Tavern are the best places in Harlem to experience the fun.   http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/food/best_of_the_fest_a7ekSNswEBLIpnDWRz9FQL

Get Ready for Halloween, Harlem Style

34 days to get your Harlem Halloween on and the Ricky’s Pop Up Costume Superstore in the old Hue-Man bookstore space on Frederick Douglass Boulevard is ready for dressing up (although their sign is a little oversized). This year Ricky’s… Continue Reading →

Channeling Harlem: Ohio State Senator Nina Turner on “We the people”.

Ohio State Senator’s recent not to be missed appearance on The Last Word channels sentiments shared by many in Harlem. *** Show excerpt one *** O’DONELL: Senator Turner, it`s all about Ohio. We keep saying no Republican return has every… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Cornel West

“We have to recognize that there cannot be relationships unless there is commitment, unless there is loyalty, unless there is love, patience, persistence.”  – Cornel West 

The 5 And Diamond Presents – Marti Newland And Friends

Soprano Marti Newland will showcase the American opera tradition with a touch of music theater.  Featuring a special collaboration between the musical selections and the chef’s menu. 4-courses $65.  Add a champagne toast and wine pairing for each course, including… Continue Reading →

43rd Annual African American Day Parade

Sunday was the 43rd Annual African American Day Parade celebrating Dignity, Pride and Music!  I look forward each year to the celebration and this year we had a day of incredible weather. I took some great video footage that is… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Mitt Romney

“My job is not to worry about the 47 percent.  My job is to be President of the 53 percent.” – Mitt Romney   * Register to vote, the 47 percent need to be heard.  Please vote this year our… Continue Reading →

Marcus Samuelsson Hosts Hedy Goldsmith At Red Rooster

Marcus Samuelsson hosts Pastry Chef Hedy Goldsmith at Red Rooster for a dinner to celebrate the release of her upcoming cookbook “Baking Out Loud.” Red Rooster will be hosting this dinner on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:30pm and they want… Continue Reading →

Lazy Afternoon Mix (Vol. I and II) – Podcasts

Lazy Afternoon Mix Vol. I and Vol. II Not one but two new podcasts with ultra chill music for those lazy afternoons or peaceful weekend getaways.  Great for yoga, winding down after work or bedtime music to help you relax…. Continue Reading →

Jado Sushi Harlem – Menu (Update)

Since our first couple visits and reviews of Jado Sushi, we recently went back and were pleased to see that they now offer an impressive assortment of choices on their full menu.  Almost too many choices to decide between.  In… Continue Reading →

Tour of Harlem’s up-and-coming neighborhood on SPACEStv

YouTube’s SPACEStv channel (NYT) features a new episode of “Take Me Home”– an ‘ambush makeover’ show hosted by MadTV and frequent guest of Chelsea Lately, Arden Myrin.  In this newest episode, Arden gets to experience firsthand the up-and-coming Harlem Lenox Ave./Malcolm X Blvd. neighborhood when she… Continue Reading →

Sweet Spot Festival In Harlem

SWEET SPOT FESTIVAL will be held in Jackie Robinson Park featuring music by:  D-NICE, MAX GLAZER & Other surprise guests.  This is a FREE family event in Harlem with Food Vendors, Vintage Market, Picnic Tables, Kids Activities and More powered… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: 9/11/2001 Rudolph Giuliani

  “The city is going to survive, we are going to get through it, It’s going to be a very, very difficult time.  I don’t think we yet know the pain that we’re going to feel when we find out… Continue Reading →

Last Summer Sundae Sermon Grooves Morningside Park

DJ Stormin’ Norman’s fabulous Sundae Sermon brought the happy party people once again to Morningside Park this past Sunday with incomparable guest DJ’s Louie Vega and Kevin Hedge. It was another packed house and perfect weather! Unfortunately this was the… Continue Reading →

Coming to Harlem – 100,000 Square Foot Development

A reader of HarlemCondoLife informed us about a new 100,000 square-foot development that will be opening at 301-303 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.  The four story building will include a DSW discount shoe store, Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant and Blink Fitness… Continue Reading →

Calling all Playwrights, Directors & Actors: “Write the Election” – NEW DATE

By NativeNewYorker “Writing the Election 2012” is a novel, non-partisan event being planned by the Harlem theater community to encourage all of us to register and vote.  Writers are invited to submit ten-minute plays, short scenes or monologues about the upcoming presidential… Continue Reading →

The Impending Storm – Harlem

Thank goodness it wasn’t a tornado like the one in Queens this morning, but a dramatic storm blew into upper Riverside Park this evening.

QUOTE: Margaret Mead

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

Bad Horse Pizza – Is Great Pizza In Harlem

Delicious Pizza at Bad Horse with fresh ingredients and a variety of salads.  The pizza pictured here – Hot Italian Sausage and Garlic with fresh Basil.  Yum! Bad Horse 212-749-1258 2222 Frederick Douglass Boulevard @120th Check out their online menu…… Continue Reading →

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