Month

November 2013

Harlem’s hottest restaurants now available for OpenTable reservations

Some of Harlem’s favorite restaurants Barawine, Cedrics, Harlem Tavern and Mintons are now among the hot new restaurants available for reservations via OpenTable. Make your reservations today. See our restaurant reviews for more information on great places to eat and… Continue Reading →

Happy Thanksgiving from HarlemCondoLife

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone from HarlemCondoLife.  Wishing you much joy and happiness on this day of thanks.  Have a good time giving and thanking and counting your blessings. A Holiday Thanksgiving Movie from Google https://www.google.com

Harlem resident Azania featured on Essence.com New and Next

ESSENCE.com’s “New and Next” column spotlights the brightest new talents Essence thinks we should know. New and Next recently featured jazz and soul singer and Harlem resident Azania. Born in Sierra Leone, West Africa but raised in Geneva, Switzerland, the… Continue Reading →

Harlem Biospace: Home to new innovative emerging medical research startups

Sixteen health care focussed startups have settled inside the new Harlem Biospace, on W. 127th St. The Bloomberg administration contributed $626,000 and partnered with Columbia University biomedical engineering professor Sam Sia for the balance of the funding. Companies include an… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s last vestiges of Fall

We thought we had missed it. But we managed to glimpse it. The last whispers. Voiced in stunning visual vocabulary. Carried by crisp brisk breezes. Across Harlem’s ice blue sky.

Harlem’s newest trees are here!

Many weeks ago rectangular openings filled with dirt but level to the ground appeared dotting the cement sidewalks lining Frederick Douglass Blvd (8th avenue).  See our previous post A Million Trees coming to Frederick Douglass Boulevard in South Harlem? These… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kitchenette Uptown – Very Kid Friendly (Review)

I recently had lunch at Kichenette Uptown in Harlem with my husband and 9 week old daughter and loved it.  Granted it was a week day so we did not have to wait but the food was as good as… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Frederick Cafe Bistro (Review)

By HarlemMom- My husband, daughter and I recently had lunch at Frederick Café Bistro located at 2104 Frederick Douglass Boulevard and enjoyed it very much.  I had the lentil soup and the Norwegian Smoked Salmon Panini. My husband had the… Continue Reading →

Art In FLUX Pops Up at Aloft Hotel, Harlem

Art In FLUX Harlem and Aloft Hotel launch a collaboration to promote visual artists in Harlem.  On the evening of December 3, 2013 Art In FLUX presents two Harlem artists, Andre Woolery and Ruben Natal-San Miguel, in the lobby of… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Jay-Z on his relationship with Barneys post racial profiling

“The easy position would have been to walk away and leave policy making to others hoping that someone addresses the problem,” Mr. Carter said in his statement. “I will not leave the outcome to others.” via The new York Times

RELEASED: “Food Is What I Do” by The Cecil Harlem’s chef de cuisine Chef JJ

Joseph “JJ” Johnson, chef de cuisine of Harlem’s new hot spot The Cecil, along with Christopher Stewart, chef and food blogger release their highly anticipated cookbook, “Food is What I Do”. “Food is What I Do” highlights recipes and dishes… Continue Reading →

The Harlem YMCA launches HARLEM Y TALKS

The Harlem YMCA will launch HARLEM Y TALKS, a prospective new lecture series, with two evening programs in December. The first program, on Monday evening, December 2nd, is called “He said, she said…Expanding Bartlett’s Quotable Landscape,” and will feature a… Continue Reading →

Harlem needs to come out and represent at America’s Got Talent open auditions this weekend

The New York America’s Got Talent auditions are this weekend and we couldn’t be more excited! AGT is the only talent competition show open to any age and any talent! It’s truly a modern-day variety show! Over the past seasons,… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Upper Carnegie Hill

We recently stumbled across the following description of what some describe as a “newly christened” neighborhood in Harlem on  StreetEasy. “Upper Carnegie Hill: Encompassing Mount Sinai Hospital and the eastern edge of Central Park, Upper Carnegie Hill is a well-respected… Continue Reading →

Harlem Hail the Kale recipe by EmblemHealth and Karen Smith-Hagman

All Hail the Kale! By Karen Smith-Hagman, RN, MSN The year of kale is upon us, and it is no wonder why so many people pledge their loyalty to this nutritionally dense super food. Restaurants, celebrities and chefs swear by kale… Continue Reading →

Happy Veterans Day – Thank You For Serving Our Country

Happy Veterans Day.  Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedoms.  This Veteran’s Day, stand with our American heroes, and our wounded warriors.  Give them and show them the respect that they deserve. I have to say that… Continue Reading →

Isola Restaurant in Manhattan Valley

I recently dined at Isola Restaurant located at 994 Columbus Avenue (108/109th streets) and it was great! Sicilian born Sebastiano Cappitta relocated it from the Upper West Side and the restaurant is large and has outdoor seating. Isola has a… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: George Bernard Shaw

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old;  we grow old because   we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw 

Screening of De Novo at El Museo del Barrio on November 13th and 14th

HCL readers may be interested in this documentary of the acclaimed play de novo that tells the true story of a 14 year old boy from Guatemala, who chose to leave his life with a street gang in search of his mother and a… Continue Reading →

Congratulations Mayor-elect of New York Bill de Blasio

Congratulations to Bill de Blasio and New York City’s new First Family.  We are looking forward to the inauguration and welcoming Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio.  It is important to have diversity at the top. Mr. de Blasio is currently holding… Continue Reading →

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