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J.R.O.B. Inspired by 67 Orange

https://soundcloud.com/n8tivejrob/67-orange-street?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=fa J.R.O.B. is an artist out of Chicago who is making his name known here in NYC.  He’s refreshing –  someone who brings high-level musicality and intelligence to his deeply personal views of the world and his own life experiences…. Continue Reading →

Vote to send Ruthy Valdez to Art Basel Miami

Vote to send Ruthy Valdez to the finals for a chance to win a Solo show at Art Basel in Miami. BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Gin and Russell and Danny Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation continue to partner together to showcase emerging… Continue Reading →

Quote: Is Harlem ‘Good’ Now? (Marcus Samuelsson)

“I travel all over the world for work and I am constantly asked to define Harlem. What’s it like, people ask. Is it cool? Is it safe? When I go to places like the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland,… Continue Reading →

The Cecil Restaurant in Harlem (Review)

We recently dined at Harlem’s newest upscale restaurant The Cecil. It was a night to remember.  And we look forward to our next visit. The Cecil was created by New York businessman Richard Parsons and chef Alexander Smalls.  It is… Continue Reading →

67 Orange Street – Prix Fixe Menu Available Until 10/15

67 Orange Street is offering their prix fixe menu until October 15, 2012.  We have only four more nights to enjoy their spectacular (and dubbed as Harlem’s finest) signature cocktails along with an appetizer and entree at a discount price… Continue Reading →

Harlem Arts Festival Gala a Huge Success

Harlemcondolife.com @HarlemHCL The Harlem Arts Festival gala fundraising event on May 16 at the Alhambra Ballroom was a smashing success raising $6,000 bringing the total amount of money raised to over $18,000 with all proceeds going directly to artists. The… Continue Reading →

New Wine Bar coming soon on Frederick Douglass Blvd.

Looks like a new Wine Bar will be coming to Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard.  Through the grapevine we have been told that the empty retail space between 113th and 114th in the Gateway Towers will soon be home to… Continue Reading →

Society Coffee…One Last Time… (A note from Karl)

When I first moved to my slice of Harlem approx. six (or was it seven?) years ago now, from 110th – 125th on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, there was basically Mama’s (for fast food chicken), Melbas (for what I call classic… Continue Reading →

67 Orange Street Spirit Tasting Event this Tuesday at 7 pm

By NativeNewYorker 67 Orange Street is located at 2082 Frederick Douglas Blvd, between W112th & W113th Streets. Please note: RSVP is required at Reservations@67OrangeStreet.com Click here to see a video of the last Spirit Tasting event posted by WEHARLEM

Harlem to become outdoor music stage June 21

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife On June 21, look around in Harlem. You may hear music everywhere. Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) and its HP2P businesses are taking part in Make Music New York, the citywide free live musical celebration on… Continue Reading →

AOL features Harlem on Gadling

By HarlemCondoLife If you’re not on Flipboard, Taptu or Pulse on your Ipad, get there soon. I am finding a load of information about Harlem on these app tools, such as Gadling, which has a profile of Harlem up on… Continue Reading →

Summer Cocktails On The Beach (Vol. II) PODCAST

A new follow up Podcast to “SCOTB” Vol. I  Summer Cocktails On The Beach (Vol. II) is now available on iTunes. This podcast is the perfect mix for you to share a bottle of wine with friends, or head to the water’s… Continue Reading →

Harlem featured in The Boston Globe

By HarlemCondoLife Not too long ago, Harlem was profiled in  The Financial Times, the UK-based publication. Now The Boston Globe takes its turn and profiles our community in its travel section this past weekend (June 5). Jessica Allen, the reporter, spends… Continue Reading →

EAT SHOP PLAY – It’s $20.11 in Harlem

By HarlemCondoLife Several Harlemites have $20.11 posted on their Facebook or WeHarlem pages and it’s not a reminder of the current year.  It’s locals reminding us through social networks that it is restaurant and retail month right here in Harlem…. Continue Reading →

New York Magazine acknowledges, Harlem is hot

What a difference a year makes?  Let’s reflect! April 11, 2010 Harlem is poorly ranked by Nate Silver for New York Magazine’s Neighborhood Issue. Does anyone remember this article? I certainly do. That article inspired me to write Top ten… Continue Reading →

Bad Horse Pizza riding into Harlem to some extent unknown

By HarlemGal I noticed over the weekend that we had a new twitter follower called Bad Horse Pizza. When I saw this I honestly thought, “who the heck is that?” I later googled them, which turned up their website and… Continue Reading →

Breakthru Radio struts through Harlem inquiring about decision making tips

By HarlemGal Breakthru Radio, the hipster site that airs independent music on demand, strolled the streets of Harlem recently asking locals about the tools they use in making decisions on where to dine or go see movies. Most man-on-the-street responses… Continue Reading →

Frederick Douglass Boulevard featured in The New York Daily News

By HarlemCondoLife My favorite boulevard has been featured – once again – bright and big!  This time in The New York Daily News.  The article talks about all the “chic boutiques, restaurants and cocktail lounges the have cropped up on… Continue Reading →

Experience: Harlem hosts bar and restaurant crawl

By HarlemGal Have you ever wanted to check out several drinking and eating establishments in Harlem in one night but never had the time? You’ve read about Harlem’s booming restaurant row on Frederick Douglass Boulevard in various publications and wondered… Continue Reading →

Get Your Drink On In Harlem’s Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy If you’re looking for a place to hang your hat and get your groove on this weekend (or any night for that matter), Harlem has a spot for you – and right on it’s Gold Coast. From Bier… Continue Reading →

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