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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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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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Happy 100th Birthday, Adam!

By NativeNewYorker  Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., New York City’s first African American City Councilman and Harlem’s first Black Congressman, was born on November 29, 1908. This colorful, charismatic and sometimes controversial Harlemite led the boycotts that integrated employment…

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The Food Change, Inc. in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The Food Bank for New York City strives to end food poverty through a large network of food assistance programs.  One of these, the Food Change, Inc., located at 252 West 116th Street offers several services…

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