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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Bright wishes for the holidays

The blogging family of HarlemCondoLife.com would like to extend bright wishes to everyone for the holidays! May everyone enjoy this time with family and friends! Until after the 25th… Happy Holidays!

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In Celebration of Principle

By NativeNewYorker For the past several years, my family and I have celebrated Kwanzaa as well as Christmas.  Kwanzaa, which is neither religious nor political, was established to celebrate African American culture.  It begins on December 26th and…

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Harlem for the Holidays

  By HarlemGuy Through January 2, more than 40 Harlem retailers, restaurants, bakeries, theaters, and museums have partnered with NYC & Company to celebrate the neighborhood and the holiday season, with more than 20 merchants offering savings and…

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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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