5 & Diamond in Harlem launches supper club and cooking class

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By HarlemGal Ever wondered about how to learn to butcher, prep, cook and serve lamb? Well, now is your chance to pick up that skill right here in Harlem at 5 & Diamond located at 2072 Frederick Douglass…

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Get a Special of View of Historic Harlem

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By Harlemista Ever walk along the gorgeous side streets of Central Harlem and find yourself yearning to see what’s inside those majestic brownstones? Next Sunday is your chance–join the 21st Annual Historic Mount Morris Neighborhood House Tour running from…

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Harlem Sign Of The Times – Summer is for BBQing

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By HarlemGuy I noticed the sign below on a recent bike ride through Morningside Park. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen such a sign in any City Park. When I first moved to Harlem I loved the fact that residents…

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Frederick Douglass Circle in Harlem opens, people already visiting

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Today is the first day that Frederick Douglass Circle in Harlem is available to the public. Yes, it is officially open after more than seven years in the making.Wow. It’s about time and long overdue….

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Kate Winslet and Evan Rachel Wood on set in Harlem for HBO’s Mildred Pierce

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife We heard online that Kate Winslet was going to be in Harlem June 1 filming scenes for HBO’s Mildred Pierce…and turns out she was in Harlem! We also found out that Evan Rachel Wood…

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UPDATE: Bier International in Harlem aims to open soon

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife  We reached out  yesterday to the folks at Bier International, which will be located at 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd., to see what’s up with the planning around Harlem’s first beer garden. Here is what…

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A Little French and Italian Café in Harlem

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By Icare4Harlem I read previous reviews about SpaHa and decided to check out the restaurant myself.  I would agree with most comments that the place is cute and quaint.  Yes, it is small but that also adds to…

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Workers seen on site in Harlem at expected Bier International

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A month ago, we mentioned that 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd is expected to be the home of Bier International, Harlem’s first beer garden; and that we didn’t think it would open at the end…

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Edelman and McInerney to receive 2010 Harlem Renaissance Award

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By NativeNewYorker Marian Wright Edelman —Founder and President of the Children’s Defense Fund, and Thomas J. McInerney —Chief Operating Officer of ING Insurance and Chairman of the ING Foundation, will be honored at the Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment…

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