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Harlem Real Estate Market Key Indicators (as of Sunday July 6th 2014)

Snapshot of key Harlem real estate market key indicators such as average listing price, median sales price, average price per square foot, number of sales, etc. Click here to view more details about this Market

Free Movie – Ender’s Game – St. Nicholas Park – Harlem

This is one of our all time favorite movies.  It’s going to be a classic.   And the books are great too! Tuesday, July 8, 2014 NYC Parks Summer Movie Series: Ender’s Game at 135 Street Lawn (in St. Nicholas… Continue Reading →

ARTScape Summer Camp

Give your child the best summer ever at ARTScape, Harlem School of the Art’s summer camp with 100% parent satisfaction! Don’t delay, hold your spot online or visit us today (M-F, 10am – 6pm)! Related articles ARTScape Summer Camp 2014… Continue Reading →

Harlem Real Estate Market Update

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Featured Harlem Real Estate Listing

Historic Hamilton Heights on the Penthouse floor of the fabulous Hillview Towers with unobstructed views of Midtown Manhattan! Choose between 3/4 bedrooms and 2/3 baths when combining 2 units. NYC Coops: Harlem 4 Bedroom Coop for Sale. Related articles Manhattan… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s The Maysles Cinema screens Before You Know It tonight

Tonight at 7:00pm! A Gay Pride Month Special Hosted by Harlem Sage and Harlem Pride Not to be missed! Before You Know It PJ Raval, 2013, 110 min. The subjects of Before You Know It are no ordinary senior citizens…. Continue Reading →

Make Music Harlem Frederick Douglass Circle Today

  The Make Music New York Festival is on this Saturday, June 21st.  Enjoy FREE live music in the streets of Harlem!  See flyer for details.

Focus World Cup excitement on Harlem

The world’s celebration of the World Cup in Brazil is a great opportunity to leverage the excitement and energy to help the Harlem community.  Take a moment to learn about and support FC Harlem. FC Harlem is a community youth… Continue Reading →

Harlem Students in Teen Battle Chef Competition

Harlem Students Face Off in Teen Battle Chef Competition Twelve Harlem students who have mastered an eight-week culinary program will put their cooking skills to the test when they face off in Teen Battle Chef Live. Teen Battle Chef Live… Continue Reading →

Bowery Mission opens Women’s Center in Harlem Today

The Bowery Mission Opens a New Women’s Recovery Home in Harlem, Doubling the Mission’s Capacity to Serve Women in Need. On Thursday, June 12, at West 130th Street in Harlem (please call for exact location), The Bowery Mission will open the… Continue Reading →

Harlem Resident Artist Claudia Paul Makes A Difference in Tanzania Africa

Claudia Paul is a german-born photographer based in Harlem, NY.  Her specialties are editorial and commercial portraits. Whenever she gets a chance she likes to pursue her passion of working with non-profits and help them spread the work by documenting… Continue Reading →

Art in FLUX Harlem at ALOFT

If you haven’t dropped by Art in FLUX Harlem’s current BLACK & WHITE show at ALOFT Harlem, they are also hosting an artist discussion on June 8th where you can meet these talented creators. Don’t miss it! ALOFT Harlem is… Continue Reading →

Harlem Haiku (#HarlemHaiku) No. 4 – Harlem On Fire

HARLEM ON FIRE Harlem is on fire Bright lights big city uptown Another rebirth -Herve Jean-Baptiste @HJeanBaptiste This Haiku is part of the ongoing response to our piece regarding Haiku’s about Harlem.   Click here to view previous responses. We will continue… Continue Reading →

Enjoy OutdoorFest in Harlem (#outdoorfestnyc)

OutdoorFest is a ten day, citywide festival celebrating outdoor enthusiasts in all five boroughs through community led events. OutdoorFest provides a space for the outdoor community to share their passions. Including ten days kayaking on the Hudson, running through natural… Continue Reading →

Obscure Harlem Gems at AtlasObscura (#HarlemObscura)

AtlasObscura.com is “an online compendium of the world’s wonders.  In addition to the website we regularly host unique lectures, behind the scenes tours and highly-stylized cocktail galas in unusual places with the hopes of encouraging exploration and discovery amongst our… Continue Reading →

Tuesdays & Wednesdays at Mintons in Harlem – May 27 & 28

Vocalist and chekere player Eladio “Don Pancho” Terry, one of the most revered figures of AfroCuban folkoric and traditional music, and the patriarch of the Terry family, will be reunited in concert with his sons, jazz saxophonist YOSVANY TERRY and bassist… Continue Reading →

Harlem Real Estate Market Update

For HarlemCondoLife by Deondra Carter The Harlem real estate market is off to a strong start. Prices were up by 9.7 percent and an astounding 145 percent in East Harlem compared to last year according to Trulia.com. The huge jump… Continue Reading →

#HarlemHaiku (#3)

HARLEM LIFE Harness and Evolve Forever Art and Culture Change Is Gonna Come -ODX Consulting @ODXConsulting – – – This Haiku is part of the ongoing response to our piece regarding Haiku’s about Harlem.   Click here to view previous responses. We will… Continue Reading →

Featured HarlemHaiku No 2 (#HarlemHaiku)

Below is this week’s featured response to our piece regarding Haiku’s about Harlem. Harlem, riddle me Still roots radiate boldly It cultures my mind -Carlos Sebastian @carlossguzman We will continue to share a new HarlemHaiku each week. If you post a… Continue Reading →

All gospel and spirituals concert in Harlem!

Your spirit will soar! You’ll clap your hands! You’ll shout for joy! The SymphoNYChorus presents the best of gospel and spirituals. LET ME FLY Songs of Struggle and Victory Friday, May 9, 8pm St. Andrew’s Harlem- 127th St. and 5th… Continue Reading →

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