Month: September 2016

Children’s Books That Tackle Race and Ethnicity

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Children’s Books That Tackle Race and Ethnicity The movement calling for more diversity in children’s books has been gaining momentum in the last couple of years, and publishers are responding. There is still a big gap – now…

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The Magnificent 10: Restaurants That Changed How We Eat

The Magnificent 10: Restaurants That Changed How We Eat Paul Freedman was having lunch at Delmonico’s — not the original, which opened in the early 19th century, but a relic of it in the financial district. Lobster Newburg…

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Preparing Your Home for Sale

Preparing Your Home for Sale When you’ve decided to sell your home, the last thing you want to do is spend money to spruce the place up. After all, whoever buys it is going to replace those outdated…

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HAP Files the Second Half of its Big Chelsea Project at 225 West 28th Street

HAP Investments made its mark on Manhattan building splashy rental buildings in Harlem and Washington Heights. Now, the firm is pushing forward with its first major downtown project, a two-building, 290,000-square-foot residential development on West 28th Street between…

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Obama Sees ‘Personal Insult’ if Blacks Don’t Rally for Hillary Clinton

Obama Sees ‘Personal Insult’ if Blacks Don’t Rally for Hillary Clinton The president told African-Americans this weekend he would consider it a “personal insult” if they did not vote for Mrs. Clinton, implicitly putting his name on the…

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The National Museum of African American History and Culture

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The National Museum of African American History and Culture Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com

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Hollywood, Separate and Unequal

Hollywood, Separate and Unequal When the academy unveiled its monochrome slate of acting nominees in January, a burst of activism followed, summed up by #OscarsSoWhite. The focus was on awards and the frustrating, infuriating homogeneity of American movies….

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Metropolitan Hospital Plans 16 Stories of Apartments on Its Parking Lot at 1880 First Avenue in East Harlem

New York City’s hospitals are struggling. St Vincent’s Hospital in the West Village shut its doors in 2010 and sold most of its property to condo developers. Beth Israel Hospital is plans to close and sell off some of…

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Best Barbecue Restaurants New York / Tri-State Area

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Best Barbecue Restaurants New York / Tri-State Area Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com

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