Congratulations to President Elect Obama – Yes We Can.

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67 Orange Street on Frederick Douglass

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Harlemcondolife.com reported about a week ago about a new place on FDB, between 112th and 113th.  It seems like there is some chitter-chatter on the street and in the blog-o-sphere that this place is…

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Reflections of an Upcoming Sandwich Place

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HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Word on the Harlem street, between 112th and 113th on FDB, is that this is going to be a sandwich place. Yummy.  With the hanging of purple drapes, I assumed wine bar.  Maybe its sandwiches…

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Now is the time to buy in Harlem

As I started my Sunday routines it occurred to me that now is a great time to buy in Harlem – as many past, present and future posts in this blog will attest. Prices have remained firm. Businesses…

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Saturday In The Park In Harlem

I took a walk the other day along Morningside park in the teens and came across a refurbished playground featuring all the latest in kids recreation, including my favorite – water fountains and sprays.  The park was brimming…

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Morningside Height’s Farmers Market

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HarlemGal For HarlemCondoLife – The New York City Coalition Against Hunger recently tipped off HarlemCondoLife about a farmers market serving the community of Harlem. We decided to check it out ourselves. What we discovered…their slogan “the farm comes…

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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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