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Check out the 11th Annual Reel Harlem Film Festival

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Black is Beautiful and a Harlem Photographer is Out to Prove It

A Harlem-based photographer has come out in support of the black community in response to the heinous, borderline racist article published in the Psychology Today journal. The article, titled ‘Why Are Black Women Less Physically Attractive than Other…

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Reminiscing About Harlem

by Fabsheeba for HarlemCondoLife.com @HarlemHCL I would have to say that Harlem will remain a part of me no matter where I live now. It is where I landed when making the west to east coast transition 17 years ago….

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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