January 18th, 2013 by harlemhouse

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Within the Walls: Exploring Hidden Spaces Spotlight Tour

DATE:  Sat, Jan 26, 2013  TIME:  10:30am – 12:00pm

I received an email from EveryBlock today informing  us that the Cathedral of St. John the Divine has scheduled a “behind-the-scenes” tour of Harlem’s famous Cathedral.  I started attending St. John the Divine 8 years ago after moving to Harlem and have always been fascinated by its magnificent gothic architecture, spiral staircases and the incredible altar.  I am excited to see these hidden spaces surrounding this beautiful Cathedral.  Please see a previous post I wrote about this famous Gothic Cathedral St. John the Divine many years back  Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Harlem.

For the full description of the tour and additional information see the following:

This extended tour features “behind-the-scenes” climbs in both the eastern and western ends of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.  In the East, descend into the unfinished crypt and then ascend Rafael Guastavino’s beautiful spiral staircase to incredible views high above the altar.  The western climb presents an amazing view down the entire length of the world’s largest cathedral.  Led by Senior Cathedral Guide Robert Bleggi.  $20.00 per adult, $15.00 per student/senior.  Space is limited to 15 people (12 years of age and older), and reservations are recommended. For reservations, go to http://www.stjohndivine.org/pe_forthcoming.html or call 866-811-4111 (additional service charges apply).  Meet at Visitor Center.


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August 13th, 2012 by harlemhouse


Finally after several months we are happy to present a new Podcast to you from Harlem Condo Life.   Compiled by HarlemHouse on this mix you will hear primarily female vocalists of Gospel and Inspirational R&B such as The Clark Sisters, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Ann Nesby, Cece Winans and Tramaine Hawkins just to name a few.  This mix is a celebration of life and hopefully will inspire you, whatever your faith or spirituality is, to give thanks and let the music take your worries away.  Remember Gospel music is not just for Sunday you can enjoy it everyday of the week.  So put your headphones on at your desk at work, or on your morning subway ride or crank it up in your car… and get your spirit on!  HARLEM GOSPEL REMIXED

PODCAST now available on iTunes and Podbean Harlem Gospel Remixed
*Please also check out albums and singles available for sale by all of these various talented artists on iTunes.  You can find them all listed under Music – Christian & Gospel category.

Commissioned & The Clark Sisters – Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates
Twinkie Clark – Endow Me (Live Mix)
Kerri Chandler – Black Joy (Kerri Chandler Remix)
Melba Moore – My Heart Belongs to You (Distant Remix)
Cece Winans – Test of Time
Vanessa Bell Armstrong – Seasons
Vanessa Bell Armstrong – Til the Victory’s Won (Edit Mix)
Kelly Price – And You Don’t Stop
Dorinda Clark-Cole – Welcome
Dorinda Clark-Cole – This Is It
The Clark Sisters – Blessing and Highly Favored
Ann Nesby – Tonight’s the Night (Royal Garden Remix)
Karen Clark Sheard – Sometimes
Twinkie Clark – The Anointing
The Clark Sisters – Livin’ (Live Mix)
Tramaine Hawkins – Fall Down Spirit of Love (Extended Mix)

*To download more PODCASTS on HarlemCondoLife’s iTunes page click here HARLEMCONDOLIFE 

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July 13th, 2012 by HarlemGuy
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April 17th, 2010 by Harlem Condo Life

By HarlemGal

These pictures say it all. We now know who purchased the church located at 371-373 Manhattan Avenue in Harlem. The picture below says “this is what you paid for. Please continue to donate.” No moving date was listed on the signage below. We also asked a few people standing outside Masjid Aqsa Mosque if they knew when they were relocating and no one would comment. If the mosque is relocating to Manhattan Ave., then what’s to become of their current property located on Frederick Douglass Blvd. between 115th and 116th Street? Will they sale it or rent it out? In due time, we will find out.

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