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October 2012

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Upper Manhattan

Harlem Condo Life continued to tour a few favorite spots in Harlem and the surrounding nabes to bear witness to hurricane Sandy’s aftermath.  Below are a few pictures and a video. This video shows where the Hudson River flooded over… Continue Reading →

Scenes from the Storm

Most of Harlem was spared from the worst of Hurricane Sandy, but still there was evidence of the effects here. Happily many local businesses and restaurants were open and people were out in droves ready to support them.   Central… Continue Reading →

The Winery in Harlem is Open Today for Business

If your liquor cabinet is empty by now The Winery will be open today Tuesday, October 30th post Hurricane Sandy, from 3PM to 9PM.  However, no delivery service today. Be sure to check out some of there up and coming wine… Continue Reading →

Hurricane Sandy Damage In Harlem On FDB – The Gateway Tower

  The Gateway Tower on Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 113th and 114th Street was hit by the hard hurricane winds of Sandy and their green awning collapsed.  A couple of the unit owners and doormen of the building secured it… Continue Reading →

Hurricane Sandy Hits New Jersey, New York And Connecticut

Just a few photos from Hurricane Sandy throughout the day in various locations of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.  It is now just passed 8PM at high tide.  Battery Park is taking a beating and is now flooded.  42nd… Continue Reading →

Kersten Stevens POSTPONED due to Severe Weather

Kersten Stevens POSTPONED The “In The Spirit Concert” is POSTPONED due to the expected severe weather conditions of Hurricane Sandy and the safety measures put in place throughout the Greater New York Metropolitan area.  But the good folks at 5… Continue Reading →

Storm Prep in Harlem

Hurricane Irene last year failed to live up to the doomsday expectations for the city (thank goodness!), but that’s no reason to be  unprepared for Hurricane Sandy this time around. We stupidly saw –but didn’t buy– a large flashlight in… Continue Reading →

The New York Times Endorses Barack Obama For President

‎                       “President Obama has shown a firm commitment to using government to help foster growth. He has formed sensible budget policies that are not dedicated to protecting the powerful,… Continue Reading →

Children’s Monster Ball at Harlem Treasure Chest this Sunday

By NativeNewYorker The Harlem Treasure Chest is an outdoor flea market that opened last spring on the corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd and West 117th Street.  They are partnering with Silent Voices United  to host a Children’s Monster Ball this Sunday… Continue Reading →

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