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Harlem’s Open-Air African Market

By NativeNewYorker You’ve probably noticed it when you go across 116th Street – the colorful  entrance is hard to miss.  But if you’ve never gone inside, you are missing one of Harlem’s more unique experiences.  Stepping through the whimsical entrance… Continue Reading →

April 1st thru 7th is National Public Health Week

By NativeNewYorker This is National Public Health Week – a great time for all of us to focus on the health and safety of our homes and our community.  Check out the APHA (American Public Health Association) website for daily… Continue Reading →

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 →

Ice Show at Riverbank State Park this Saturday & Sunday

By NativeNewYorker  On Saturday, March 23rd at 7pm and again on Sunday, March 24th at 3pm, students of Figure Skating in Harlem will honor musical greats such as Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Lena Horne  – on the ice!  Tickets… Continue Reading →

Delta’s Salute to Women’s History Month at the Harlem State Office Building

  By NativeNewYorker DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC NEW YORK ALUMNAE CHAPTER cordially invites you to view a Pictorial History of the Chapter and a Salute to Women’s History Month Leaders.  You can view the exhibit from 1 – 5… Continue Reading →

The L Lounge in Harlem – Great Place for a Drink

If you have not yet stopped by the L Lounge in Harlem, you are definitely missing out.  Visually it is an attractive hang out space with its colorful brightly lit bar and smooth comfortable lounge area located on the corner… Continue Reading →

Children’s Monster Ball at Harlem Treasure Chest this Sunday

By NativeNewYorker The Harlem Treasure Chest is an outdoor flea market that opened last spring on the corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd and West 117th Street.  They are partnering with Silent Voices United  to host a Children’s Monster Ball this Sunday… Continue Reading →

Last Chance to Register to Vote

` By NativeNewYorker Voting is both our right and our responsibility.  It has been reported that New York State ranks 47th in the nation, with less than 64% of eligible residents registered.  The last day to register in New York and… Continue Reading →

Calling all Playwrights, Directors & Actors: “Write the Election” – NEW DATE

By NativeNewYorker “Writing the Election 2012” is a novel, non-partisan event being planned by the Harlem theater community to encourage all of us to register and vote.  Writers are invited to submit ten-minute plays, short scenes or monologues about the upcoming presidential… Continue Reading →

Stay Cool, Be Safe

By NativeNewYorker Extreme heat can be dangerous, according to the New York City Department of Health.  High temperatures and humidity can cause heat-related illnesses including heat stroke, an often fatal condition.  Older adults have the highest rates of illness and death from extreme heat… Continue Reading →

Save Money While Going Green with Team WeAct

By NativeNewYorker This Saturday, April 28th, learn how to make your home more energy  efficient at WE ACT‘s Earth Day 2012 Conference.  A variety of speakers will talk about the ways you can save money and make your home more energy efficient… Continue Reading →

Harlem ArtCrawl features El Barrio Artists

By NativeNewYorker Next Saturday, April 14th, you can take a ride on the ArtCrawl trolley as it makes its rounds – this year’s tour to selected East Harlem galleries and public spaces will showcase Hispanic artists. The informative tour (12… Continue Reading →

Health for Harlem – Eat less Salt!

By NativeNewYorker According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), 9 out of 10 Americans have too much salt (sodium chloride) in their diets.  For those of us who have or are at risk for developing high blood pressure, reducing… Continue Reading →

Londel’s New Lounge Opens at 2131 Frederick Douglass

By NativeNewYorker Londel Davis, longtime Harlemite & owner of Londel’s Supper Club at 2620 Frederick Douglass, has opened his new “L” Lounge about 25 blocks south of his well known restaurant. There is no sign on the door yet but… Continue Reading →

First Saturday Family Fun at the Schomburg: Make African Head Wraps

By NativeNewYorker The “First Saturday” of each month, the Schomburg Center presents a family-oriented program.  This Saturday, March 4th, internationally acclaimed fashion designer Imani McFarlane will show your children how to use gorgeous fabrics and African styles to highlight their hair…. Continue Reading →

February is Heart Health Month

By NativeNewYorker February is Heart Health Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has heart disease or has had a stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – for both men and… 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 →

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 →

Creole Restaurant & Supper Club – a great choice for lunch

By NativeNewYorker A group of us were taking a co-worker out to lunch for her birthday and decided to try Creole on Third Ave at 118th Street.  I knew of Creole as a local night spot with good food, Salsa music… Continue Reading →

Harlem World covers breaking story on building collapse on 125th Street

By NativeNewYorker Harlem World subscribers received up-to-the-minute reports when a building that was undergoing demolition collapsed onto a passing bus this morning on West 125  Street.  Several minor injuries have been reported.  For details and updates on related street closures and bus detours check… Continue Reading →

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