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November 2015

Taste-Testing Patti Labelle’s Viral Pie — Grub Street

There’s some nutmeg blowback, but it can compete with any fancy shop’s version. Source: Taste-Testing Patti Labelle’s Viral Pie — Grub Street

Red Rooster one of The 10 Best Restaurants In NYC For Picky Eaters per the Gothamist

There’s one in every group. We feel your pain, people, and we’re here to help. Source: The 10 Best Restaurants In NYC For Picky Eaters: Gothamist

Harlem 8th Graders State Their Case

The 8th grade at Our Lady Of Lourdes school in Harlem, NYC is participating in its first ever mock trial program. The program seeks to teach students about the justice system in the United States and introduces them to concepts… Continue Reading →

OFA’s The Empowerment Project Screens Tonight!

You’re invited to a special event focused on empowering women and girls in communities.  The evening will feature a screening of the film, The Empowerment Project, followed by a panel of  women leaders and a unique opportunity to network with staff from President Obama’s grassroots… Continue Reading →

East Harlem Pathmark Is Closing

There is controversy in East Harlem as the community’s first supermarket, Pathmark, will close this weekend. Source: East Harlem residents upset over closing of Pathmark supermarket | abc7ny.com

Blacks Are Challenged to Buy From Black-Owned Businesses to Close Gap

Blacks spend less money in black-owned businesses than other racial and ethnic groups spend in businesses owned by members of their groups, including Hispanics and Asians. Source: Blacks Are Challenged to Buy From Black-Owned Businesses to Close Gap – The… Continue Reading →

America’s Whitest City Explodes With A Fusion Of Inclusion

“Across the nation, black and Hispanic entrepreneurs are growing at a rate of triple and double the national average of 18 percent, respectively, with black women entrepreneurs leading all growth at an astounding rate of 322 percent. Yet, despite having low percentages of… Continue Reading →

Documenting Authentic, Everyday New York From the 1940s On – Sepia Tones – Curbed NY

Source: Documenting Authentic, Everyday New York From the 1940s On – Sepia Tones – Curbed NY

Where can I find Patti LaBelle’s Sweet Potato Pie In Harlem?

Where can I find Patti LaBelle’s Sweet Potato Pie in Harlem? We don’t know.   We hear it’s only available at Walmart.   C’mon Patti give Harlem some love! In any event,  thank you to Michael J. Feeney for bringing ALL… Continue Reading →

MIST Offers Engaging Variety Through November

Batoto Yetu 25th Anniversary Celebration was incredible. Take a look at some pictures and a video of the students’ dance performance! We spoke with Ginjan Bros. The creators of the delicious organic ginger juice that we happen to carry at… Continue Reading →

New Fall Menu for Babbalucci!

If you haven’t yet experienced babbalucci’s new fall menu, I highly suggest you run there immediately and get in on their delicious Italian dishes.  Great vibe, lovely cocktails, and a fantastic happy hour! Aperitivo at babbalucci – Happy Hour Italian Style… Continue Reading →

What Yelp Can Tell Us About Gentrification and Race – CityLab

A new study found that Yelp restaurant reviews in Brooklyn were less favorable in a traditionally black neighborhood than in an ethnic white neighborhood. Source: What Yelp Can Tell Us About Gentrification and Race – CityLab

The 12 Best Brunch Spots In NYC: Gothamist

Brunch is one of our nation’s most divisive meals, but we’re all going to have to eat it at one point or another. Source: The 12 Best Brunch Spots In NYC: Gothamist

Chéri Helps Children of Harlem

Please join Chéri, and help put a smile on the face of some kids of Harlem! Our goal is to collect funds to buy the children who will get NOTHING for Christmas their dream toy. Some of them are living in… Continue Reading →

Shop Harlem Live Harlem Every Second Week

Harlem Park to Park presents Shop Harlem Live Harlem! We LOVE Harlem and the local businesses that make our neighborhood such a great place to live! So join us this week as we Shop Harlem Live Harlem! VISIT your favorite… Continue Reading →

Harlem Celebrates Diwali at Chai Wali Today

Join Chai Wali to celebrate the first ever Diwali Festival in Harlem!  Enjoy The Grand Indian New Year & Festival of Lights on Wednesday, November 11th. Storytelling, Lighting Ceremony and Traditional Cuisine! 274 Lenox Avenue (Btwn 124th St and 123rd St)

Nueva Trova Features Andre Veloz December 17th

On Thursday, December 17, 2015, 7:00pm, the Association of Dominican Classical Artists, Inc. (ADCA) will be hosting the second concert of the season free of charge for the public. This concert will take place at the Aaron Davis Hall, City… Continue Reading →

I Am Man Enough Launch Party Tonight

I Asa Leveaux will be launching his book I AM MAN ENOUGH: 365 Affirmations for Men, packed with daily affirmations from recognized industry leaders, entrepreneurs, coaches and experts, readers are taken on a cathartic journey that motivates and illustrates the fundamental… Continue Reading →

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