Home » Harlem

Southwest Harlem is HOT & POPPIN!

By HarlemGuy The January 8th edition of AMNY had a wonderful article written by Marleene Naanes entitled “Harlem’s Hot ‘pocket’” (PDF format – start on page 20).   It’s all about the HOT  little Southwest corner of Harlem on…

Read More »

Adam Clayton Powell Corner Bldg getting a makeover?

By HarlemGal I was walking toward the 2/3 subway line along Central Park North recently and saw that the corner building on Central Park North and Adam Clayton Powell had brand new windows installed and what also appeared…

Read More »

Upscale grocery store coming to 118th St.&FDB

By HarlemGal HarlemCondoLife has been hearing rumors about an upscale grocery store coming to Central Harlem. It’s a rumor no more! I spoke with Winick Realty Group today and they have confirmed that they are bringing a high…

Read More »

Robert Graham funeral held

By HarlemGal On Saturday,  a funeral was held in Los Angeles for the late Robert Graham. Graham created the Duke Ellington Memorial in Harlem, which stands 30 feet tall high with three columns topped with muses holding up…

Read More »

Wine Tasting@Harlem's The Winery

By HarlemGal If you are interested in pleasing your taste buds with “the wines of Alsace,” stop by The Winery tonight on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 116th and 117th Street. They are haveing a wine tasting from 6-8…

Read More »

Wine Tasting@Harlem’s The Winery

By HarlemGal If you are interested in pleasing your taste buds with “the wines of Alsace,” stop by The Winery tonight on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 116th and 117th Street. They are haveing a wine tasting from 6-8…

Read More »

Who Represents You? HarlemCondoLife has the answer.

By HarlemGuy. The New York Times recently unveiled a new site called Represent which we find particularly relevant and useful given the recent US Presidential election and ensuing political changes.  It’s a simple, slick, elegant site allowing you to…

Read More »

Duke Ellington Memorial Sculptor dies at age 70

By HarlemGal The Associated Press reported on Sunday that Robert Graham, the Mexican/American sculptor who created the Duke Ellington Sculpture at 110th Street and 5th Avenue in East Harlem, died on Saturday at the age of 70.  Graham designed…

Read More »

In Memory of Eartha Kitt

 Eartha Kit was born on January 17 1927 on a cotton plantation in South Carolina.  She was raised by a woman called Anna Mae, who she believed was her mother.  The singer later said that her father was…

Read More »