Harlem will be a hotbed of Easter activity this weekend. We found the signage below perfectly suited to the occasion. If you feel it – share it.
HarlemCondolife’s commentary was included in an editorial review of an article on emerging neighborhoods in New York City, which included Harlem.
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HarlemCondoLife was featured in A Nous Magazine’s annual travel edition A Nous Cities. A Nous is based in France. A Nous reporters traveled to Berlin, Istanbul, La Havane, Liverpool, Londres, Milan, New York, Odessa, Phnom Penh, Stockholm, Tallinn and Yalta… Continue Reading →
The Morningsider profiled HarlemCondoLife on 12/30/2011. “HarlemCondoLife frequently posts job opportunities, real estate news, restaurant reviews, and polls, all of which help readers interact and learn about what’s popular among Harlem-enthusiasts. HarlemCondoLife also provides some intellectual stimulation by posting motivational quotations, book reviews, and playlists and podcasts.”… Continue Reading →
East Harlem native, director Andrew J Padilla, whose grandparents left Puerto Rico for El Barrio sixty years ago, explores the effects of gentrification on Spanish Harlem’s working-class community. The largest Puerto Rican neighborhood in the 50 states Winner of the… Continue Reading →
The School of American Ballet (SAB) will hold special free auditions for boys and girls ages 6 to 10 in Harlem on Friday, April 26, at Harlem School of the Arts, 645 St. Nicholas Avenue. The auditions will take place at 6:30… Continue Reading →
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost
C’mon and do it. Do it. Do it ’till you’re satisfied. Whatever it is. Live. Work. Create. In Harlem.
A short video on one man’s quest to make Harlem that much greener. http://www.nytimes.com/video/2012/06/01/nyregion/100000001582983/in-harlem-an-unlikely-garden.html
Harlem is full of green spaces. Straw bale gardens are surely already part of the mix. This best selling book featured in The New York Times is a perfect reference for both the newcomer or the initiated.
The Zumba dance craze comes to Harlem this Saturday with an opportunity to join the fun for free. Come check it out.
By NativeNewYorker On Saturday, March 23rd at 7pm and again on Sunday, March 24th at 3pm, students of Figure Skating in Harlem will honor musical greats such as Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Lena Horne – on the ice! Tickets… Continue Reading →