The longest day of light in the year “summer solstice” is Thursday, June 21, 2015. This is also Father’s Day. Plan ahead and make special plans to celebrate summer solstice outdoors for Father’s Day and enjoy an extra long day of sunlight.
Summer solstice: from Latin sol “sun” and stitium “standing still”, because seen from the earth it looks like the sun halts in its tracks going northward, and moves back south.
The June solstice dates vary. For example, it’s on June 21 in 2015, but on June 20 in 2016. A June 22 solstice will not occur until 2203. The last time there was a June 22 solstice was in 1971.
*Keep an eye out for a new Podcast “Summer Solstice Compilation Mix” coming soon from HarlemHCL. Embellish your day and celebrate with a custom soundtrack of chillout, soul, house and latin music.
‘Solstice’ (Latin: ‘solstitium’) means ‘sun-stopping’, because the point where the sun appears to rise and set, stops and reverses direction after this day (Ill: Not to scale)
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La Bodega 47 Social Club is having their soft opening tonight Tuesday, February 11th, at 5 pm. It is open to the public – with limited menu and cocktails for the next two weeks as they settle in.
This location was previously the popular Native a neighborhood favorite which owner Brian Washington-Palmer decided to revamp into more of cocktail lounge. (see Jeff C Mays recent post on La Bodega for DNAinfo New York). La Bodega 47 Social Club will have a special menu of cocktails using 47 rums from all over the world. The “Harlem Roundhouse Punch” cocktail made with Due-North rum will be one of many selections to choose from. Who doesn’t like a good rum drink! Not a lot of info yet on the appetizers other than they are Latin-themed: “lobster corn dogs with spicy mustard and Portuguese fat rice, short rib chili nachos and heirloom tomato soup with grilled cheese croutons to name a few.
Stop in and check it out!
La Bodega 47 Social Club
161 Lenox Avenue
New York, New York 10026
5:00 pm – 3:00 am
La Bodega 47 Social Club
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Sundae Sermon will start it’s 5th summer season, Sunday June 9th in St. Nicholas Park in Harlem. Let’s all head to the party from 3 – 7 pm and support their new location on 135th Street . For the season opener they are starting off big with celebrity DJ’s Louis Vega, Kevin Hedge and Stormin’ Norman!
Get your groove on with Harlem’s favorite family-friendly music party and picnic and celebrate with the Sundae Sermon crew!
Good Music – Good People!
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Multi-Rhythmic Mix (Vol.II) On this collection you will hear a variety of artists and styles of music across the the globe… English, African, French, Spanish, Arabic, Portuguese, Chillout, House, Electronic, Soul, Dubstep and Jazz. Carefully selected, compiled and mixed by RhythmDB.
- Nero – 2808 (Intro)
- DJ Click – Guadalquivir (feat. Valentina Casula)
- Thievery Corporation – Where It All Starts
- Variety Lab – I Can’t Help Thinking About You
- Zahed Sultan – I Want Her But I Don’t Want Her
- Shonky – Le Velour
- Bliss – Dunia (Visti & Meyland Remix)
- Mayra Andrade & Trio Mocoto – Berimbau
- Robert Elias – Tanto, Tanto
- Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Peas Remix)
- DJ Cam – Swim (Blackjoy Remix)
- Maya Jane Coles – Little One
- Sven Van Hees – Leaving
- RhythmDB ft. Mike Harvey – Out Of The Blue (Freedomsound Mix)
- Julien Jabre – Swimming Places
- Human Life – In It Together (Original mix)
- Estroe – Driven (Distortion Remix)
- Elon & Vincenzo – Yarra Valley (Reprise)
- Second Date – Young, Beatiful Etc.
- Kaskade – Let Me Go (Original & Ice Mix)
- Thievery Corporation – Safar (The Journey)
- Nero – Innocence
- Grace Jones & Brigitte Fontaine – La caravane
- Deadmau5 – Aural Psynapse (Radio Edit)
Cover Art by Herve’
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