A KENTUCKY DERBY DAY PARTY Saturday, May 3, 2pm-7pm NO TICKETS NEEDED OPEN TO ALL Join us as we watch the “Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports”. Enjoy specially priced Bulleit Bourbon Mint Juleps as you listen to the strumming… Continue Reading →
For National Poetry Month, The New York Times asked readers to write haiku about the city. “Haiku (俳句 high-koo) are short poems consisting of three lines of five, seven and five syllables. More specifically: • Only three lines. • First line must… Continue Reading →
The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance and Experience: Harlem invite you to The third annual Food & Drink Boulevard summer kick-off. It will be held on Frederick Douglass Blvd from W. 111th – W. 123rd Streets. Thursday, May 8th from 6:00… Continue Reading →
Gerrad Larriett of East Harlem has won the first ever Harlem Demo Day. He will receive a prize package including more than $1,000 in seed capital, a year of free business checking, and more. The event was hosted by Harlem… Continue Reading →
Nothing more needs to be said. Simply enjoy. “Fly Like A Bird” is track #14 on the album The Emancipation of Mimi. It was written by Wright, James Quenton / Carey, Mariah. ~~~ HAPPY EASTER! ~~~ ~~~ LYRICS Weeping may… Continue Reading →
The latest addition to the HarlemCondoLife store was recently featured in the New York Times. “All God’s Dangers” is an all but forgotten but critically important sharecropper’s story that won a National Book Award in 1975. It is an oral… Continue Reading →
Judgmental Maps‘ released this cliche-laden NYC map which includes Harlem. What’s your reaction? via Does This Map Of NYC Offend You?: Gothamist.