In an envelope marked:
God addressed me a letter.
In an envelope marked:
I have given my answer.
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Posted in HarlemCondoLife, Poetry, Quote Tagged with: Langston Hughes, Personal
“I travel all over the world for work and I am constantly asked to define Harlem. What’s it like, people ask. Is it cool? Is it safe? When I go to places like the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to speak among celebrated thinkers and leaders, I’m often asked: Is Harlem good now? I always have to pause before answering. Good compared with what? To when? These questions all miss the mark. Is Harlem good now? That is a question loaded with long-held ideas about race and class, one that dismisses the complex, vital history of this neighborhood and its people, their contributions to civil rights and art, under one word: “bad.”
From the following op ed: http://nyti.ms/1fnop73
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Posted in Community, HarlemCondoLife, Quote Tagged with: 67 Orange, @HarlemHCL, A Touch of Dee, Aquavit, Bier Internationa, Cecil Hotel, crab man mike, Davos, Doug E.’s Fresh Chicken and Waffles., Harlem, Harlem Condo Life, HarlemCondoLife.com, Just Lorraine’s Place, Langston Hughes, Malcom X, marcus samuelsson, Melba Wilson, Melba's, mies davis, Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too, Paris Blues, Red Rooster, Showmans Jazz Club, Small’s Paradise, Sylvia's, The Apollo, The Cecil, The Grange, the Y, World Economic Forum, your gateway to harlem
As a blogger, I am constantly on the internet using various search terms to help with blog posts about Harlem. I decided to take some of those search terms I use frequently about Harlem and apply them to YouTube’s search stories, which allows users to create their very own Google commercial on a topic of their choice. After several hours of reviewing a ton of search terms about Harlem, I narrowed them down. The result a video titled: Your Gateway to Harlem! Check it out below!
Posted in Comedy, Harlem Tagged with: Frederick Douglass, Google search stories, Harlem, Harlem brownstones, Harlem historic sites, Harlem Jazz, Harlem Rebirth, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, YouTube search stories