Advertisement Good morning on this pleasant Thursday. “Beware the ides of March.” That Shakespearean warning, which foreshadowed the assassination of Julius Caesar, sounds less ominous centuries later on a sunny day in New York. In fact, these days it seems… Continue Reading →
Advertisement After the New York City police officers Joseph A. Piagentini and Waverly M. Jones were fatally shot outside a housing project in Harlem in 1971, the Black Liberation Army, an offshoot of the Black Panther Party, took credit for… Continue Reading →
Advertisement Good morning on this spotty Monday. The New York Times, as part of a new project called Overlooked, has published obituaries for 15 extraordinary women who were not given one at the time of their deaths. Among the first… Continue Reading →
Happy Holidays from Harlem Condo Life! Please enjoy this 2012 FREE DOWNLOAD Holiday Compilation Podcast – CHRISTMAS MIX 2012. Jazz, Soul, Classical, Traditional, R & B and Country featuring musical artists Mary J Blige, Michael Buble, Whitney Houston, Sinead O’Connor,… Continue Reading →
Tuesday: A seaonal market pops up in East Harlem, a klezmer Hanukkah celebration, and a noise-beating bill.
Karma has finally come for New York’s wildly outdated Cabaret Law: The bizarre, almost century-old regulation that makes it illegal to dance in more than 99 percent of the city’s bars is expected to get yanked tomorrow when City Council… Continue Reading →
December 7, 2017 New York Today By ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE Good morning on this shining, shivering Thursday. When wintry weather comes to New York City, you can be sure of a few things: Taxis will be hard to hail, subway… Continue Reading →