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Happy Easter from HarlemCondoLife!

Happy Easter Harlem from all of us here at HarlemCondoLife.  With Easter being such an important holiday for many of us here in Harlem (and around the globe) we hope you have a healthy and happy Easter with your family,… Continue Reading →

THE PLAN – Book Party and Signing at The 5 and Diamond in Harlem with Lyn-Genet

JAN 24 – BOOK PARTY & SIGNING “THE PLAN”  Lyn-Genet Recitas We are happy to announce an upcoming event Thursday, January 24th at The 5 and Diamond Restaurant in Harlem.  Join Lyn Genet for her book party and signing at… Continue Reading →

Health Care Services In Harlem

; By Icare4Harlem Anyone who has gone without medical insurance knows that to see a physician, dentist, or any other medical professional can be a costly experience. Often the uninsured/underinsured simply go without routine preventative care which can lead to… Continue Reading →

Melba’s – Still the Queen

By NativeNewYorker When it opened in 2005, Melba’s was one of the first new restaurants to arrive on Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard. This warm, welcoming, elegant establishment serves “American comfort food”. The menu now includes a few “healthy eating” items… Continue Reading →

Harlem Welcomes Timberly

By Icare4Harlem The grand opening of Innovative Therapy Solutions was a huge success as seen by the numerous attendees, sounds of children enjoying educational toys, and concerned parents excited about the availability of Speech Therapy services in Harlem. .      … Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Thank You Morningsider Blog For Covering HarlemCondoLife

The Morningsider Blog was recently covered in the The New York Times in December, and announced as much on their Blog.  In doing so they were gracious enough to mentiong HarlemCondoLife as one of the many blogs in Harlem that… Continue Reading →

Lots of Caregiving in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As a follow up to my post from last week, it was evident that there is definitely a need for support resources for family and friends who are caregivers.  The event, Preventing Caregiver Burnout, sponsored by Assemblyman Keith… Continue Reading →

HELP IS ON THE WAY IN HARLEM

By Icare4Harlem With the increase in the aging, disabled, and chronically ill populations, there is an expanding need for caregivers.  Families are faced with the daunting task of locating, employing, and leaving their loved ones in the hands of someone… Continue Reading →

Lunch at Harlem Tavern

By Icare4Harlem I didn’t go to Harlem Tavern on the opening night as it was just too packed.  After passing by on several occasions, I finally ventured in to enjoy a mid-afternoon lunch.  Well, I couldn’t have picked a better… Continue Reading →

MCMB Cleaners Still In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem I remember when I first moved to Harlem, empty lots, vacant store fronts, and limited housing appeared to be the norm.  The long time residents sure seemed to know where the hot spots were but being the newbie,… Continue Reading →

Shoe Repairs and More In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As I waited for the bus on Lenox Ave. and 116th St., I realized there was one more errand to complete for an upcoming trip.  I had just about given up on getting a shoulder strap shortened, when… Continue Reading →

Aloha Spirit in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Some folks might wonder what’s a Hawaiian/Japanese restaurant doing in East Harlem?  As Harlem becomes more diversified, why not?  I had the pleasure of meeting one of the owners of Makana Hawaiian & Japanese BBQ, Dave Chan.  He… Continue Reading →

A Neighborhood Library in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The 115th St. branch of the New York City Public Library is not new to the neighborhood.  However, I felt that it was worth sharing my most recent experience with this institution.  Tucked around the corner of 115th… Continue Reading →

Donors In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem On September 11, 2010, there were several memorial services throughout the city to recognize family and friends lost in this tragic attack.  On the same day, I also attended another important event that occurred at the Harlem School… Continue Reading →

New Hours, New Menu for Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the opening of The Atrium Café in Harlem.  As part of the museum experience, the café is right next door to the Studio Museum and is in partnership… Continue Reading →

Great Performances Opens a New Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The Atrium Café is open for business at the Studio Museum in Harlem.  I recently had the pleasure of attending the public opening of the cafe.  This latest addition joins the Museum Store, established collections, and public programs… Continue Reading →

A Little French and Italian Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem I read previous reviews about SpaHa and decided to check out the restaurant myself.  I would agree with most comments that the place is cute and quaint.  Yes, it is small but that also adds to the coziness… Continue Reading →

A Musical Tribute in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem On May 28, 2010, a tribute to the Honorable Percy Sutton and Mr. Bill Tatum will be held at the Apollo Theater.  The event is sponsored by the Gouverneur Parents Association who recognizes and appreciates the efforts of… Continue Reading →

A Petland In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Although Central Harlem is lined with an array of stores, you’ll have to peek around the southeast corner on 117th St. and Lenox Avenue to find this Petland store.  If you walk about a ½ block down the… Continue Reading →

Art & Furniture In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Whenever I’m asked, “What do you like about living in NYC?” initially I am compelled to provide the obvious “restaurants, Broadway, shopping experience” answer.  And although these are great reasons, I prefer to preface my response with “the… Continue Reading →

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