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A snowy Friday in Harlem

By HarlemGal I was home today preparing for the upcoming holiday. I could not resist going out and taking pictures of our first snow fall for this part of the year- the first that I can remember at…

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Camelot Sighting in Harlem

By HarlemGal Several news reports said on Thursday that Caroline Kennedy was seen having lunch at Sylvia’s.  I believe Caroline is a Brooklyn Gal now (readers tell me if I am wrong?), however Harlem is such a cool place…

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Where can I get a holiday tree in Harlem?

By HarlemGal It’s that time of year where some in Harlem want to go green. Not environmental green, but holiday green! Well, look no further. HarlemCondoLife went to the corner of 116th and Lenox Avenue and found a…

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UPDATE: MODSquad Grand Opening-December 12-13th

By HarlemGal I went by MODSquad for the Grand Opening this past weekend to check it out…and let me tell you the place is very nice inside! And the owners, who are Harlemites, are super cool!  Here’s the lowdown…

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Lenox Wines Open for Business: Tasting this Wednesday, 12/10

By NativeNewYorker I needed a congratulatory gift for a colleague at work, so I stopped in at Harlem’s newest wine shop, Lenox Wines on the northwest corner of Lenox and 129th Street.  I immediately liked the space and…

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Shop Harlem For The Holidays

By HarlemGuy Wanted to share an informative and interesting  short video featuring local venues:  The Brownstone, The Studio Museum in Harlem,  and Zoma.   Zoma is a personal all time favorite in the heart of South Harlem’s hottest strip. …

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Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

By HarlemHouse America’s greatest cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, now stands open for the public to view in it’s full glory.  It is located on Amsterdam and 112 th St. right here in Harlem.  Since…

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Update: Mod Squad Bike Shop Now Open!

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Senior fellow said look to Harlem for value and stability

In New York Magazine recently there was an article titled “Can this market be saved?” and Julia Vitullo-Martin, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and director of the Center for Rethinking Development, made a positive statement about…

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