Ring The Alarm!!! Your favorite sound is playin!!
Celebrate all things Caribbean at The Sweet Spot Festival
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd
Pack your picnic blanket, cooler & solo cups & join us for Jamaican Indepen-DANCE
Featuring music by resident Herbert Holler & NYC Champion Sound RICE &PEAS: DJ Gravy, Max Glazer, Orijahnal Vibez & Micro Don
The Sweet Spot Pop-Up Market returns with an array of food, vintage and craft vendors.
Performance by Nardo Ranks
Free Dance Hall Moves session by Tanisha Scott
Plus Free kids art workshops by The Laundromat Project
This celebration of life is made possible by LMCC, & Presented by Summer on the Hudson in partnership with NYC Parks and Riverside Park Conservancy #SOH #SweetSpotFestival #WHPP
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Spice it up this month with SUMMER SIZZLES ON LENOX – Sidewalk Cafe Crawl in Harlem! This is a great way to preview many restaurants you have been wanting to visit. Check out Barawine, BLVD Bistro, Chéri Harlem, Chez Lucienne, Corner Sociel, Cove Lounge, Harlem Shake, La Bodega 47, Lenox Saphire, Red Rooster Harlem, Settepani and Sylvia’s Restaurant all participating in this special event. Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
2-for-1 advance tickets are available now at $10.00.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
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Watch World Cup Soccer at the 5 and Diamond on Harlem restaurant row with $5 Specials ~ Asian Wings / 5 and D Mac & Cheese / Meatballs / Cheese Fries / Margarita’s / Sangria and their International Gamer Drink Special !
The 5 and Diamond are open from 11:30 am until ….
2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd. NY, NY 10026
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The Bowery Mission Opens a New Women’s Recovery Home in Harlem, Doubling the Mission’s Capacity to Serve Women in Need.
On Thursday, June 12, at West 130th Street in Harlem (please call for exact location), The Bowery Mission will open the second location for The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers, Manhattan’s only faith-based residential programs for women who have experienced homelessness. Following extensive renovations involving numerous corporate partners and private donations, the home will be open to the public from 11:00am-1:00pm with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 12:00 noon.
“We look forward to celebrating the completion of this project and most importantly the ability to serve many more women in crisis,” said Veronica Kelly, the Mission’s Director of Special Projects. “This two-year effort has been a labor of love for all involved.”
The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers will now be able to provide residential living programs for 50 women at one time, doubling its previous capacity. Women served by the Mission live together in community and participate in counseling and classes that help women with emotional, educational, and career guidance. These programs lead to employment and reconnection with faith, family, and a plan for the future.
Major corporate and institutional supporters of The Bowery Mission Women’s
Center in Harlem include: American Standard; Benjamin Moore; Bizzi & Partners Development; Colgate-Palmolive; Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York; Daltile Corporation; Emmanuel Presbyterian Church; Federal Home Loan Bank of New York; The Grace and Mercy Foundation; Great Northern Carpet Company, Inc.; The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.; The Henry E. Niles Foundation; Home Depot; Hope for New York; IAC; JCPenney; Le Pain Quotidien; The May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.; MDC Partners Inc.; Structure Tone; TD Charitable Foundation; Ted
Moudis Associates; Vincent Mulford Foundation; and others.
About The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers
The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers are the only faith-based residential recovery programs in Manhattan for women who have experienced homelessness. The first Women’s Center opened in 2005 on the Upper East Side and the latest home for women is located in Harlem. The Women’s Centers are part of The Bowery Mission, which has served homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879 with food, shelter, clothing, medical care and transformative residential programs. www.bowery.org
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