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Health for Harlem – Eat less Salt!

By NativeNewYorker According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), 9 out of 10 Americans have too much salt (sodium chloride) in their diets.  For those of us who have or are at risk for developing high blood pressure, reducing… Continue Reading →

February is Heart Health Month

By NativeNewYorker February is Heart Health Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has heart disease or has had a stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – for both men and… Continue Reading →

Harlem Welcomes Timberly

By Icare4Harlem The grand opening of Innovative Therapy Solutions was a huge success as seen by the numerous attendees, sounds of children enjoying educational toys, and concerned parents excited about the availability of Speech Therapy services in Harlem. .      … Continue Reading →

Lots of Caregiving in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As a follow up to my post from last week, it was evident that there is definitely a need for support resources for family and friends who are caregivers.  The event, Preventing Caregiver Burnout, sponsored by Assemblyman Keith… Continue Reading →

HELP IS ON THE WAY IN HARLEM

By Icare4Harlem With the increase in the aging, disabled, and chronically ill populations, there is an expanding need for caregivers.  Families are faced with the daunting task of locating, employing, and leaving their loved ones in the hands of someone… Continue Reading →

BABY YOGURT coming to Harlem?

By NativeNewYorker Reliable sources tell us that the owner of Baby Yogurt is about to sign a lease for one of the commercial spaces in the Gateway Tower on Frederick Douglass  Boulevard between 113th & 114th Streets.  Baby Yogurt offers a… Continue Reading →

Shoe Repairs and More In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem As I waited for the bus on Lenox Ave. and 116th St., I realized there was one more errand to complete for an upcoming trip.  I had just about given up on getting a shoulder strap shortened, when… Continue Reading →

Mount Morris Park neighborhood of Harlem Annual House Tour is this weekend

By HarlemCondoLife Don’t forget the annual Mount Morris Park Annual House Tour is this weekend hosted by Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association. It is this Sunday, June 12th! This is the time when one can see some of the most… 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 →

Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park and Hamilton Heights make New York Mag’s Next Big Neighborhood List

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife It is that time of year where New York Magazine profiles some of the upcoming neighborhoods for 2011. In this week’s edition (April 3), they list 20 of The Next Big Neighborhoods in New York City… Continue Reading →

Harlem Art Walk 2010 provided medley of artistry

By HarlemGal Saturday and Sunday (October 9th and 10th) were absolutely gorgeous days to be out and about in Harlem. I took advantage of the wonderful weather with an art walk around Harlem…for free! The Harlem Art Walk was a… Continue Reading →

A Neighborhood Library in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The 115th St. branch of the New York City Public Library is not new to the neighborhood.  However, I felt that it was worth sharing my most recent experience with this institution.  Tucked around the corner of 115th… Continue Reading →

Donors In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem On September 11, 2010, there were several memorial services throughout the city to recognize family and friends lost in this tragic attack.  On the same day, I also attended another important event that occurred at the Harlem School… Continue Reading →

Meet and support local artists at Harlem Art Walk 2010

By HarlemGal Don’t miss the Harlem Art Walk 2010 on October 9th (Saturday) and 10th (Sunday) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Harlem Art Walk will feature the work of more than 60 artists living and working in Harlem. Casa… Continue Reading →

New Hours, New Menu for Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the opening of The Atrium Café in Harlem.  As part of the museum experience, the café is right next door to the Studio Museum and is in partnership… Continue Reading →

Air advertisements over Central Harlem

By HarlemGal Over the holiday weekend, I saw some white spurts of air dotting the sky. I couldn’t tell at first what it was. Then I kept watching and saw letters come alive that spelled out Geico, insurance and hot… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s LAUNDROMAT PROJECT: Wash clothes, Make Art, Build Community

By NativeNewYorker Something really neat is happening every Sunday in the Laundry Room at 143 West 116th St (between Lenox & ACP Aves).  The Laundromat Project, a community-based non-profit arts organization, sponsors art workshops where local residents can create their… Continue Reading →

Great Performances Opens a New Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The Atrium Café is open for business at the Studio Museum in Harlem.  I recently had the pleasure of attending the public opening of the cafe.  This latest addition joins the Museum Store, established collections, and public programs… Continue Reading →

A Petland In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Although Central Harlem is lined with an array of stores, you’ll have to peek around the southeast corner on 117th St. and Lenox Avenue to find this Petland store.  If you walk about a ½ block down the… Continue Reading →

HIP-HOP SOUL JAM / Harlem Event

By HarlemHouse HIP HOP SOUL JAM – A Celebration of Emerging Artists Performing For a Cause Next Thursday May 6th, 2010 at The Shrine Bar in Harlem, marks the launch of Hip-Hop Soul Jam, a quarterly performance series showcasing emerging… Continue Reading →

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