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Walker To Stanton And More, A Self-Guided Tour Of Woodlawn Women Who Made A Difference

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The #1 source in the world for all things Harlem. In August, the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote was celebrated from Harlem to Hollywood. Woodlawn, a 400-acre site in the Bronx,…

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! (Google Doodles)

Saint Patrick’s Day: Google Doodle marks patron saint of Ireland, as they continue to provide creative and artistic designs for their “search window.” Wishing a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day today to all of our Irish friends in New…

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LET’S TAKE IT HIGHER at CARNEGIE HALL – Kids Helping Kids for Clean Water in Haiti

Chad Harper (Hip Hop Saves Lives) and Negus World bring you  “Let’s Take It Higher” at Carnegie Hall November 3rd, 2013 at 8:30 pm.  A Kids Helping Kids Benefit Concert for Clean Water in Haiti.  Please repost and…

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Hip Hop Saves Lives A Non-Profit Organization For A Good Cause

Kids helping Kids is a youth program where children are taught humanity through hip hop.  Listen to the explanation on “why hip hop” by Founder and CEO “Chad Harper” of Hip Hop Saves Lives and learn more about…

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HARLEM GROOVES (VOL 1 & 2) Podcasts on iTunes

Harlem Grooves Series – Support Music & Art A collection of old and new soul, classic, house, hip hop, jazz  to get your weekend started right with not one but TWO new mixes. Missy Elliot, Fantasia, Elements of…

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Rubble Kings: The cultural phenomenon that is hip hop

Rubble Kings – The story of NYC’s 1970s gang subculture and how it influenced the cultural phenomenon that is hip hop. Friend to our blog Chad Harper of Hip Hop Saves Lives, brought to our attention a new…

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QUOTE: Mitt Romney

“My job is not to worry about the 47 percent.  My job is to be President of the 53 percent.” – Mitt Romney   * Register to vote, the 47 percent need to be heard.  Please vote this…

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re-fashionNYC: Making It Easy To Provide For The Needy

By HarlemGuy A few years ago a few residents in my building organized a clothing collection drive.  It went well if I recall.  Which is why is was so pleased to receive a flier in the mail regarding…

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CheckSpring Bank to open branch in South Harlem

By Austin2Harlem This past Friday (July 31), I was the first to tell you about the change taking place at 2052 Frederick Douglass Blvd.-that’s where Grand Liquors use to be. I was hoping for a food joint, but…

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