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Tonight! Kersten Stevens Is Back By Popular Demand

IN THE SPIRIT The 5 and Diamond Restaurant presentsKERSTEN STEVENS & Friends “ACOUSTIC SOUL-SET”Tonight, October 18, 2012 7:30pm $45 Pre-Fixe Menu with a Champagne Toast David Martinez, Executive Chef Featuring the Signature “In the Spirit” Cocktail RSVP A MUST! Reserve now  646-684-4662… Continue Reading →

HARLEM POP-UP / GREENMARKET

FDBA (Frederick Douglass Blvd. Alliance) is joining the NYC Green Market next week to be a part of the city’s first night time Farmer’s Market. The event is a week from today, Thursday Oct. 11th from 4pm – 9pm outside of the Harlem… Continue Reading →

43rd Annual African American Day Parade

Sunday was the 43rd Annual African American Day Parade celebrating Dignity, Pride and Music!  I look forward each year to the celebration and this year we had a day of incredible weather. I took some great video footage that is… Continue Reading →

Lazy Afternoon Mix (Vol. I and II) – Podcasts

Lazy Afternoon Mix Vol. I and Vol. II Not one but two new podcasts with ultra chill music for those lazy afternoons or peaceful weekend getaways.  Great for yoga, winding down after work or bedtime music to help you relax…. Continue Reading →

Last Summer Sundae Sermon Grooves Morningside Park

DJ Stormin’ Norman’s fabulous Sundae Sermon brought the happy party people once again to Morningside Park this past Sunday with incomparable guest DJ’s Louie Vega and Kevin Hedge. It was another packed house and perfect weather! Unfortunately this was the… Continue Reading →

YES, CHEF Marcus Samuelsson’s new memoir is the centerpiece of the Harlem Community Day Celebration

The world famous chef  and Harlem resident Marcus Samuelsson will host a Harlem Community Day on Monday, June 25th in support of his forthcoming memoir, Yes, Chef.  In association with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, the neighborhood-focused day will be held… Continue Reading →

And yet another Superstar out of Harlem Noah Stewart

Like Azealia Banks, another Harlemite is taking the music world by storm. Last month, tenor Noah Stewart became the first black singer to top the UK classical album chart in its 25-year history. From a tough childhood in Harlem, raised… Continue Reading →

Harlem remembers Don Cornelius

The Rev. Al Sharpton’s headquarters in Harlem hosted a tribute to legendary Soul Train creator Don Cornelius who passed away this week. About 300 friends and fans gathered today to recount memories of the iconic TV trailblazer. Singer Roberta Flack… Continue Reading →

The “Mother of Hip Hop” Sylvia Robinson passes away

by thaRealHarlemista Whether you love or hate rap, you cannot deny its influence on our popular music and lives today. And Friday, rap lost a true pioneer in Sylvia Robinson, a singer, songwriter and record producer who formed and oversaw the… Continue Reading →

“Peace & Drums” in Marcus Garvey Park

By NativeNewYorker Universal Soundship Foundation, Ltd. invites “peace -loving people of all cultural traditions and creative persuasions to come out and participate.”  Children are welcome.  For more info call 212 987 – 3902 or email universalsoundship@gmail.com    

Harlem Tavern to open next week

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife UPDATE: Harlem Tavern is having a soft opening this coming Wednesday, June 29! Not the 27th! The day is near when Harlem’s newest beer garden will officially open to the public. Harlem Tavern recently had their… Continue Reading →

See The Goddess Lakshmi at Paris Blues in Harlem

By HarlemCondoLife We walked by Paris Blues in Harlem this past Friday night on our way home from dinner at Yatenga. We wanted to check out the blues rock band The Goddess Lakshmi, whose been playing live at the Harlem… Continue Reading →

Zagat surveyors grant Lenox Lounge in Harlem high marks

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife According to NY1,  Zagat surveyors, the experts on rating everything, have bestowed our historic and charming Lenox Lounge in Harlem with strong ratings, not necessarily for drinks and music, but for food, i.e. dining out. Sharron Cannon, general… Continue Reading →

BlackHistoryMonth(Gospel Mix Vol. 2) RhythmDB

By HarlemHouse Happy Black History Month to everyone from HCL.  To celebrate here is a new Podcast of Gospel and Inspirational music mixed by RhythmDB.  Just go to iTunes for your FREE DOWNLOAD or you can STREAM FOR FREE on… Continue Reading →

MADE IN HARLEM (Winter Chill Part 1) Mixed by RhythmDB

By HarlemHouse New Podcast by RhythmDB for HCL. Come in out of the snow and relax with a new podcast MADE IN HARLEM (Winter Chill Part 1) by RhythmDB.  With a variety of World, Jazz, R&B, Soul, Spanish, African, French &… Continue Reading →

Listen to 'Harlem River Blues,' Picked as Fall favorite in Time Magazine

By HarlemGal Back in April, I blogged about the top reasons to live in Harlem. One of the reasons I mentioned was Harlem has several famous songs about or that mention it. Well…there is another song out there to add… Continue Reading →

HACIA AFUERA this weekend in Spanish Harlem

By NativeNewYorker “Hacia Afuera: Taking Back Our Streets Through the Arts” is a weekend-long festival celebrating art, music and food.  It is happening this Saturday & Sunday (August 28-29), rain or shine, in Spanish Harlem’s streets, gardens, playgrounds and  community… Continue Reading →

HarlemHouse Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix) HCL

by HarlemHouse   Soulful inspirational house vocals for that feel good party vibe! By HarlemHouse                                                  … Continue Reading →

Hotter Than July (Club Mix) HCL by RhythmDB

by HarlemHouse New House, Club, Electronic, Pop, Soul, Minimal, Tech & Underground Dance jams carefully selected & mixed by RhythmDB to provide an eclectic range of popular music.  This one is for the HouseHeads and beat oriented peeps in the… Continue Reading →

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