SYMPOSIUM – Greek Restaurant in Harlem

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SYMPOSIUM “Greek Restaurant” This hidden gem tucked away on W. 113th St. has been in business since 1969.  If you like good Greek cuisine, this is the place for you.  Whatever your cravings are from the traditional Moussaka…

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Atomic Wings coming soon to Harlem

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Atomic Wings will be opening a new outlet by year end @ 113th and 8th Avenue across the street from Melbas.  Those of you who have lived or visited the southwestern-most corner of Harlem – known as the corridor…

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That's it…West Harlem will never be the same

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Previous Quotes

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“For Africa to me… is more than a glamorous fact.  It is a historical truth.  No man can know where he is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his…

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ModSquad Bike Shop Sign is Up in Harlem

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As reported on HarlemCondoLife.com, a new (or relocated) bike shop has arrived on FDB between 114th and 115th St. Their sign is up and it looks sharp!  I am sure their web site will soon follow, click here!

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The Food Change, Inc. in Harlem

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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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Gran Piatto D'Oro

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by HarlemHouse Great Italian Restaurant opened 2 months ago in the hood: Gran Piatto d’Oro. The atmoshpere is relaxing and inviting, the service is top notch, and most importantly, the food is delicious! It is not as inexpensive…

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Gran Piatto D’Oro

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by HarlemHouse Great Italian Restaurant opened 2 months ago in the hood: Gran Piatto d’Oro. The atmoshpere is relaxing and inviting, the service is top notch, and most importantly, the food is delicious! It is not as inexpensive…

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Harriet Tubman Memorial “Swing Low”

  As you walk along Frederick Douglass Boulevard, one of the most striking sights is the statue of Harriet Tubman nestled in the triangle at 123rd Street where St. Nicholas Avenue crosses FDB.  This remarkable sculpture is the work…

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