Who can figure out where this building is located in Harlem?
*The Architecture of Harlem, New York
“Music rhythms are mathematical patterns. When you hear a song and your body starts moving with it, your body is doing math. The kids in their parents’ garage practicing to be a band may not realize it, but they’re also practicing math.
The Real Deal reports that a team involved with the 68-unit Mirada condominiums in Harlem have been temporarily banned from developing apartments in the state and ordered to set aside $3.2 million, pending a court case over alleged defects at the project. The AG filed suit against the developers in New York State Supreme Court, alleging a range of fraud and concealment at the eight-story development at 161 East 110th Street.
By HarlemHouse Since the first Podcast “Summer Cocktails On The Beach” was such a hit with all of you downloaders last year, here is Summer Cocktails On The Beach (Vol. II) available now on iTunes. Hopefully this one, like the first, will be the perfect mix for you to share a bottle of wine, grab a couple beers or just head to the water’s edge and enjoy the sunset.
Jazz great and entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. was the coolest cat in the Rat Pack. He was known as someone who could do it all – sing, dance, play instruments, act, do stand-up and for his self-deprecating humor.
By Icare4Harlem The Food Bank for New York City strives to end food poverty through a large network of food assistance programs. One of these, the Food Change, Inc., located at 252 West 116th Street offers several services including a Soup Kitchen, which provides dinner five days a week, Meal Delivery for the home bound elderly, disabled, and ill; a Family Meals Program, Breakfast, a Mini-Mart Style Food Pantry, and a Help Center for assistance with rent, mortgage, utility, and benefits concerns.