Author: HarlemGuy

Fond Memories of HarlemEatUp 2015

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As we prepare for HarlemEatUp 2016, thought it might be fun to share fond memories of the event from 2015.  ENJOY!!! PHOTO SLIDESHOW

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Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival May 19th through May 22nd, 2016

Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival Celebrating the Food, Culture, Music and Spirit of Harlem May 19th through May 22nd, 2016 Tickets Available Now March 15, 2016 (Harlem, NY) — Today Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton and…

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Happy New Year 2016

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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

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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

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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

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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…

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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…

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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

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