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Happy Easter from HarlemCondoLife!

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Happy Easter Harlem from all of us here at HarlemCondoLife.  With Easter being such an important holiday for many of us here in Harlem (and around the globe) we hope you have a healthy and happy Easter with your family, friends and loved ones.  And take a little time to reflect and give thanks.  Be grateful for today and every day and for those less fortunate than you, send some extra love their way.  For those of you also going to church this morning, where are you having your Easter Sunday lunch/dinner?  Get ready Harlem, it is going to be a busy and blessed day!

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Thank you to all of our loyal readers and followers here at Harlem Condo Life after all these years.  We are happy and grateful to be able to help contribute our little part to the Harlem community at large.  We will continue to keep our blog and content positive, enjoyable and informative.  The original founders of HarlemCondoLife, HarlemCondoLife.com, @HarlemHCL are all still here (minus one) and we are HarlemGuy, NativeNewYorker, HarlemHouse and ICare4Harlem.  We are grateful to our guest bloggers who add various posts, breaking news and their own perspective and views on issues whenever they are able to help us out.  As we say in our Bio,  “We remain a group of friends from diverse backgrounds living in Harlem and sharing news and events with our community and around the globe.  Harlem is universal.  It is an identity known throughout the world.”  We are happy and blessed to be part of Harlem.

Live Reading Of The Book SLAVE At Les Ambassades In Harlem




It’s 18th Century New York and the slave trade continues amidst an historical political upheaval. Hezekiah Thomas, born the son of a white General and his black enslaved mother, suddenly finds himself a free man. But what is freedom without money? Through a concoction of chance and opportunities, Hezekiah is faced with the decision to go against all of his convictions and become an owner of slaves. Jacqueline Malcolm’s masterful story telling not only addresses the ageless discussion of the motives behind the reported black slave owners of the period; we are also taken on a journey into our own hearts and desires – how far will we go to survive? How far will we go for a profit?
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SUPER BOWL XLVII In Harlem!! Where To Go

Where will you be watching, eating  and drinking in Harlem for the Super Bowl this Sunday???

If you need ideas it is not too late to make a reservation.  Here are several great places to choose between….

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Les Ambassades Bar & Restaurant

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Cove Lounge

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Ginny’s Supper Club

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The 5 and Diamond

 

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Billie’s Black Gourmet Soul

 

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The Corner Social

Where To Watch ‘AND CELEBRATE’ The Presidential Election in Harlem

Tomorrow is the big day.  The voting booths will be open early in the morning so make sure you vote before work, lunchtime, during your break or after work.

Here are a few suggestions in Harlem where you can watch the Presidential Election Results roll in.  Click on the links below to find out what each restaurant has planned.  I know many of them, including Lido, Melbas and Red Rooster will be serving specialty cocktails and patriotic drink specials.

Red Rooster

Remember to Vote tomorrow!!!  Then when the evening comes around it’s time to eat, drink and celebrate!

Red Rooster, Melba’sLido, Sylvia’s Lounge, Corner Social, The 5 and Diamond, Harlem Tavern, Creole Restaurant and Music Supper Club, Harlem Food Bar, Les Ambassades Bar & Restaurant, 67 Orange Street, Chocolat Restaurant Lounge, Bier International

Corner Social