Month

October 2013

HAPPY HARLEM-WEEN – Halloween In Harlem!

  It’s Halloween in Harlem.  Trick or treat along Frederick Douglass Boulevard and enjoy Harlem’s Gateway & Restaurant Row $5 cocktail specials, 5 pm – 10 pm.  Here is a list of Restaurants and various places participating in the Ghoulish… Continue Reading →

Witch’s Brew and More Captivating Treats at the 5 And Diamond

Looking for one of many fun choices Halloween night in Harlem?  Swing by The 5 and Diamond and enjoy their witch’s brew and more captivating treats!  The party begins Thursday, Halloween Night at 8:30 pm until… The 5 And Diamond… Continue Reading →

New Life on Once Iconic Block

  Finally a sign of life in the empty retail space on Adam Clayton and 124th st announcing an establishment called New Harlem Restaurant Lounge. This block, which now has nondescript housing, was once the retail domain of Harlem-reared sports… Continue Reading →

Sunday Jazz Corner with Abbey Lincoln

Abbey Lincoln, was an American Jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions.  Abbey Lincoln (Anna Marie Wooldridge) was born on August 6, 1930 and passed along on August 14, 2010.  One of the many singers… Continue Reading →

Melba’s restaurant in Harlem is expanding!

Do you love Melba’s as much as we do?  Then you will get to love more of Melba’s soon.  The famed restaurant featuring what Melba herself describes as “america’s comfort food” is expanding next door. The much anticipated expansion has… Continue Reading →

Harlem hosts filming of New Oprah series Empire City

Empire City is a new drama sponsored by the Oprah Network.  The crew has been filming scenes in Harlem.  More filming all over Harlem is planned.  The crew was recently spotted filming in the outdoor seating area at Harlem Food… Continue Reading →

A Million Trees coming to Frederick Douglass Boulevard in South Harlem?

Call us crazy or of a wishful thinking mind but we don’t recall these tree pits ever being on the West side of Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem between 115 and 116 in front of Harlem Shambles. Regardless we certainly… Continue Reading →

Sunday Jazz Corner with Lalah Hathaway

The apple does not fall far from the tree.  A few weeks ago we featured the legendary Donny Hathaway on our Sunday Jazz Corner and in it we briefly mentioned his daughter Lalah.  This week it is all about Lalah… Continue Reading →

The Legendary Minton’s Supper Club to open again in Harlem

A return to elegance in the historic village of Harlem.  The day has come for Minton’s to open officially to the public Monday, October 21st.  The Cecil next door and jointly owned just opened last month with a bang and… Continue Reading →

Train Your Brain with Lara Land – This Friday at 5:30 PM

Train  your brain.  This does not require any athletic activity.  This is yoga for your mind.  We are enthusiastic to encourage you to join in the mental aerobics of the mind this Friday, October 18, at 5:30 pm until 7:30… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Of the Week – Russell Simmons

“You know, I love all kinds of activism.  I certainly think blacks deserve to have something whether it is affirmative action or an opportunity that should be opened up to them.  But at the same time I believe that people… Continue Reading →

Sunday Jazz Corner With Cab Calloway

Let’s go back in time to a different era and take a look at old Harlem with the sounds of Jazz vocalist Cab Calloway.  Born on December 25, 1907, in Rochester, New York, after a short period in Chicago he… Continue Reading →

Want to live in a townhouse on historic Strivers’ Row in Harlem?

If you have run out of space and are looking for more room this 6 day on the market townhouse is for sale on historic Strivers’ Row.   This 5 beds, 4 baths, 4,480 sq.ft home is on sale for… Continue Reading →

LET’S TAKE IT HIGHER at CARNEGIE HALL – Kids Helping Kids for Clean Water in Haiti

Chad Harper (Hip Hop Saves Lives) and Negus World bring you  “Let’s Take It Higher” at Carnegie Hall November 3rd, 2013 at 8:30 pm.  A Kids Helping Kids Benefit Concert for Clean Water in Haiti.  Please repost and retweet or… Continue Reading →

Lido Italian Restaurant – Happiness in Harlem

“Happiness in Harlem” as written on Lido’s website is an honest statement for Italian Food lovers.  We have dined here many times since they have opened and consistently the food has been great.  After taking friends their the other night… Continue Reading →

Lara Land’s “Chloe the Yogi Goes to the Amusement Park” limited offer only $0.99

As you may have noticed Chloe the Yogi is the newest thing for the cool kids. With Holidays and Birthdays right around the corner take advantage of this limited offer for only $0.99 you can buy “Chloe the Yogi Goes… Continue Reading →

Harlem Harvest Festival

Harlem Harvest Festival St. Nicholas Avenue between 116th Street and 117th Street. Farmers market, Food/Retail vendors. Cooking demos: – Whole Flash Kitchen from 11 am to 2 pm – Battle of the Chefs  – Community Bake-off   Music by our friend DJ… Continue Reading →

The Cecil Restaurant in Harlem (Review)

We recently dined at Harlem’s newest upscale restaurant The Cecil. It was a night to remember.  And we look forward to our next visit. The Cecil was created by New York businessman Richard Parsons and chef Alexander Smalls.  It is… Continue Reading →

Exterior siding is going up on One Morningside Park

Previously we posted One Morningside Park in Harlem already 40 Percent Sold, over a month ago.  The other day we noticed  the siding and windows are now being placed along the lower floors in the front.  This process could move… Continue Reading →

Leasing Has Started at 220 St. Nicholas Ave.

We received a note from Harlem Lofts, Inc. informing us that leasing has started at the 220 St. Nicholas building.  There is no exclusive leasing agent, they are having several of Harlem’s best all work towards leasing it out as co-exclusive… Continue Reading →

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