October 12th, 2016 by harlemcondolife

Join Silicon Harlem on October 21, 2016 for the 3rd annual Silicon Harlem Tech Conference at MIST – My Image Studios, located at 46 West 116th Street in Harlem. This Next Gen Tech and Media Conference is on all day from 8:30am – 6pm. Through Thursday, October 13th take advantage of the 50% off discount promo

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May 10th, 2016 by INtoHarlem


The Uptown Short Film Festival (USFF) is a 2-day festival in the heart of the Big Apple, Harlem USA.

The goal of USFF is to express and showcase the diversity of content found in the latest productions from around the world and presents it to enthusiastic film audiences, aspiring actors, filmmakers, and industry professionals.

USFF seeks the next generation of writers, directors, producers, and actors while celebrating innovative storytelling from diverse and inclusive backgrounds. We seek films in which the above the line creative team and the dramatic agency of the film’s main characters must minimally be fully shared by individuals from underrepresented communities of color.

The Uptown Short Film Festival will showcase the best short films and it’s filmmakers from our space and Uptown signature celebrations.

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March 21st, 2016 by INtoHarlem

thumbnail-aecaf9442012bfef1069c05e84f854c4175ca392 Dreamkeepers

WHAT: Lifestyle expert and media professional Harriette Cole has launched a multi-pronged educational initiative, DREAMLEAPERS, which is designed to help people access and activate their dreams.

The first DREAMLEAPERS Retreat will occur on Saturday, April 2, 2016. More than 20 industry professionals will gather to offer their expertise and advice to support entrepreneurs and those with an entrepreneurial spirit to “leap into their own greatness.” Cole’s premise is that most people have dreams that they wish they could bring to the surface. Either due to fear, lack of time or absence of knowledge, many never even attempt to activate them. Through the support of this day-long event, and follow up webinars, participants will learn how to identify their dreams and gain the professional support needed to get to the next level.

This inaugural retreat is in partnership with Harlem Park 2 Park and will be held at MIST Harlem located at 46 West 116th Street.

This retreat’s focus will be entrepreneurs and those with an entrepreneurial spirit.

Topics to include:
• How to pitch perfectly
• Using social media successfully
• How to sell
• How to promote effectively
• How to get financed
• How to turn your business into a brand
• How to take care of your finances in the process and more….

CONFIRMED LEAPERS: Lisa Price/Carol’s Daughter, Elaine Welteroth/ Teen VOGUE, Teneshia Warner/Egami Consulting Group, Latham Thomas/MamaGlow, John Henry/CoFound Harlem, Blondel Pinnock/Carver Bank, Jeff Shick/Money Miners, Christian Damiba/NYC Business Solutions, Kenneth Knuckles/UMEZ, Curtis Archer/HCAC, ShirleyAnn Robertson/Prudential, Sidra Smith/Gatepass Entertainment, and many more.

WHEN: Saturday, April 2, 2016 | 9AM – 6PM

DREAMLEAPERS Retreat Schedule
8:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45am Welcome from Harriette Cole
9:00am Meditation
9:30am The dream experience
11amSpeed Leaping
12:30pm Networking lunch
1:30pm Building a brand and Selling It
2:40pm Keeping it real: Entrepreneurship, Money and You!
3:45pm Financing your dream
5:00pm Growing a Restaurant in Harlem/Melba’s Restaurant
6:00pm Cocktail reception and vendor experience

46 West 116th Street
(Between Lenox & 5th Avenues)
New York, NY 10026
Nearest Subway: 2 or 3 train to 116th street

Ticket price: $200 (includes continental breakfast, lunch, and cocktail reception)
To purchase tickets, go to:www.dreamleapers.com

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March 8th, 2016 by INtoHarlem

Harlem Renaissance

The 2016 Harlem Whiskey Renaissance on March 25, 2016 seeks to celebrate the era of the Harlem Renaissance by providing an evening of music, performance, and of course, whiskey, that hearkens back to the era that gave us everything from Chick Webb to Claude McKay, Louis Armstrong to Zora Neal Hurston to Josephine Baker. We’ve lined up brands to pour whiskey from around the world and talk about the history of their spirits, with music provided by the Renaissance-inspired Dandy Wellington.

Most of the old speakeasies are long gone, but for one night at Mist Harlem, you can get a taste of the Harlem Renaissance along with several tastes of some of the best whiskies in the world.

TICKETS: http://www.harlemwhiskeyrenaissance.com/tickets

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February 19th, 2016 by INtoHarlem


This historic event has limited seating.  Please be sure to RSVP
The Debate takes place at MIST, 46 W. 116th St and doors open at 6:00pm.


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October 30th, 2015 by INtoHarlem

It’s Halloween in Harlem!  Here’s what’s going on in the neighborhood this weekend!

Halloween Bash Friday

Harlem Nights Michael Jackson Thriller:  New Harlem Besame – Friday, 30 October – 8 pm – 12 am


Halloween Pet Adoptathon

Howl-o-ween Pet Adoptathon – Bohemia Realty                                     Saturday,  31 October – 12 pm – 4 pm


Child Monster Ball

Children’s Monster Ball – A Philip Randolph Square                               Saturday,  31 October 1 pm – 7 pm

Lolo Shellabration

Lolo’s Halloween Shellabration!  Lolo’s Seafood Shack                       Saturday,  31 October – 5 pm – 9:45 pm

Harlem Shake

Halloween Party – Harlem Shake                                                         Saturday, 31 October – 6 pm – 11 pm


Cole Network System Halloween Party – MIST Harlem         Saturday, 31 October – 7 pm – 12:30 am



Haunted House Dinner – Cheri                                                              Saturday, 31 October – 8 pm – 12 am



Harlem Renaissance Masquerade – New Harlem Besame         Saturday, 31 October – 8 pm – 12 am

Big Top

Halloween Under the Big Top – Harlem Tavern                           Saturday, 31 October – 9 pm – 4 am

New Orleans

New Orleans Masquerade – The Apollo Theater                       Saturday, 31 October – 9 pm – 2 am

Sat Night

DJ Saturday Night – Gin Fizz Harlem                                                 Saturday, 31 October – 10:30 pm – 1 am


Jazz en Fete – Minton’s                                                                               Saturday, 31 October – 10:45 pm – 3 am


Halloween Party – Babalucci’s                                                               Saturday, 31 October – 11:45 pm – 4 am


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October 21st, 2015 by INtoHarlem


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, along with writing partner Anna Waterhouse, have published a riveting, untold backstory of Mycroft Holmes, brother of Sherlock Holmes.  They have, with familiar third-person narrative, suspense and astute historical precision, offered a cultural perspective that weaves a sophisticated story level into Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes saga.

Mr. Abdul-Jabbar will appear at MIST Harlem on Wednesday, October 28th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  He will be joined in conversation with Deborah Morales, and will have a book signing.  The event is free to the public, but reserving a seat is advised.

MIST Harlem, 46 W. 116th.  212.828.6478 HELLO@MISTHARLEM.COM

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October 5th, 2015 by INtoHarlem

Silicon Harlem Conf

My Image Studios (MIST) is the location for the October 16, 2015 Silicon Harlem Technology Conference (<sh>).  Join an impressive lineup of experts who will address every techlonogy-related subject that will help to transform Harlem into a tech and innovation hub.  The event begins at 8:30 am.  Last day to register is October 15th.

Mist is at  46 W. 116th St. in Harlem.

Register for Silicon Harlem:   http://www.siliconharlem.net/


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November 5th, 2014 by HarlemGuy

MIST Harlem

HARLEM SALSA and MIST HARLEM Presents La Tipica ’73 on Nov. 5, 2014.

Harlem Friday After Work Salsa, 6:00 to 11:00 PM.

Classic salsa event catering mainly to a mature crowd.

Live Band (TBA) 1st & 3rd Wednesdays with Guest DJ Adm. $15 (Wednesdays) DJ’s 2nd & 4th Fridays (Closed Thanksgiving Friday).

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June 26th, 2014 by HarlemGuy

harlem arts festival

The third annual Harlem Arts Festival will take place from Friday, June 27th through Sunday June 29, 2014.

Looking to build on the success of the last two years and increase opportunities for local artists and businesses, the multi-disciplinary festival has added an opening night event at MIST Harlem; providing yet another stage for artists to showcase their talents.

Other changes include a new partnership with Jazz at Lincoln Center and Goldman Sachs.



A Festival Grows in Harlem: The 3rd Annual Harlem Arts Fest Kicks Off June 27th NEW YORK, NY – The third annual Harlem Arts Festival will take place from Friday, June 27th through Sunday June 29, 2014.

Looking to build on the success of the last two years and increase opportunities for local artists and businesses, the multi-disciplinary festival has added an opening night event at MIST Harlem; providing yet another stage for artists to showcase their talents.

The heart of the festival will remain in Marcus Garvey Park with a record 41 artists showcasing their work during the festival on the main stage in the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater, at the second stage near the northwest entrance of the park, and displaying their visual artwork on the HAF Gallery Walk. “The Harlem Arts Festival is becoming an annual destination for not only local residents, but for people from all over the city,” said Neal Ludevig, executive director of the Harlem Arts Festival. “It’s been amazing to watch the festival and the HAF family grow exponentially year after year.”

What’s New at the Harlem Arts Festival?

• The festival program has expanded to a three-day event with the addition of an opening night party for the community and artists at MIST Harlem. Three up-and-coming artists will perform on the MIST stage, followed by a dance party with DJ Raydar;

• In a new collaboration, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Harlem Arts Festival will present a culminating celebration of their Jazz for Young People on Tour: Let Freedom Swing program on the main stage of the festival this year;

• The festival has partnered with Harlem Eats to host the Harlem Food Truck Rally at Marcus Garvey Park on Saturday June 28th and Sunday June 29th; • Festival sponsors this year include: Whole Foods, JetBlue, Healthfirst, Harlem Community Development Corporation, the Herban Farmer’s Market, and KIND Healthy Snacks;

• KIND will work with a Harlem-based florist to erect a “KIND Wall” of flowers to encourage people to commit random acts of kindness at the festival; -next page- Page 1 of 2Page 2 of 22 What’s New at the Harlem Arts Festival?

• The festival received a grant from Goldman Sachs Community Teamworks, a global volunteer initiative that allows GS employees to take a day off to volunteer with local nonprofits. Goldman Sachs is providing 50 volunteers for the festival;

• And lastly, the festival will introduce a HAF Card that gives every visitor a chance to win prizes that include downloadable digital prints and songs by festival artists, HAF apparel and tote bags and free flights from JetBlue.

Festival attendees can get their HAF card stamped at each performance and activity area for a chance to win. Visit HarlemArtsFestival.com for the full festival schedule and list of performers and follow @HarlemArtsFest on Twitter and Instagram or you can follow the #HAF2014 hashtag for live updates leading up to- and during the festival weekend.

About The Harlem Arts Festival:

The Harlem Arts Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that presents a free annual multi- disciplinary event that showcases local performers and visual artists that inspire and nourish the artistic community in Harlem. The festival aims to promote arts education and literacy by implementing arts- related discussion forums, educational workshops, performance opportunities and activities for youth and family.

This project is part of Harlem’s addition to the larger, citywide commitment to provide free art in the public parks during the Spring and Summer months.

This year’s festival will take place from June 27th through June 29th at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park at 124th Street between Lenox and Fifth Avenues.

To learn more about the festival visit harlemartsfestival.com. 

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