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The Times Didn’t Always Get Ali Right

Miami, 1966. Gordon Parks, courtesy of The Gordon Parks Foundation The Times didn’t always get Ali right . To read the full article, click here: http://www.nytimes.com/newsletters/2016/06/08/race-related?nlid=48344851

Lido In Harlem – Gayborhood Mixer This Monday

Come join Team Lido for their latest Gayboyhood Mixer:  Back to School Night on Monday, August 26 from 9pm until recess.   They will be featuring School Drag Realness and “educational” cocktail specials. Weather permitting, they will be spilling out onto… Continue Reading →

Using hay to build gardens in Harlem

I spent many summers on a farm with my family and cousins. We watched large machines pulled by tractors turn fields of waving tan coloured plants into sturdy bales of hay. So it was with great fondness that I read… Continue Reading →

Mediterranean cuisine comes to Harlem

An exciting new culinary addition to the neighborhood –set to open this January ( http://www.mns.com/content/press_archives/2012/12/08/harlems-2280-fdb-welcomes-mediterranean-restaurant-savann/) –seems to have met a temporary delay. Last month we were thrilled when saw signs for the impending opening of Mediterranean restaurant Savann at 2280 FDB,… Continue Reading →

Historic Harlem Landmark to Shut Down

Legendary Jazz Landmark Lenox Lounge will shut its doors forever New Year’s Eve, says longtime owner Alvin Reed.  The cool Art Deco cabaret has been open since 1942 and has hosted a Who’s Who of  musical icons such as Miles… Continue Reading →

Bier International Presents… St. Nikolaus

This Sunday, December 9, Santa is coming to Bier International! Recently I stopped by Bier International with friends for drinks and had a great talk with Ousmane Keita, co-owner of Bier International. We discussed many things about the Harlem community… Continue Reading →

The New York Times Endorses Barack Obama For President

‎                       “President Obama has shown a firm commitment to using government to help foster growth. He has formed sensible budget policies that are not dedicated to protecting the powerful,… Continue Reading →

Great Progress At Harlem’s New Cedric Restaurant.

By HarlemHouse HarlemGuy reported a couple weeks back about Cedric Restaurant coming to Harlem.  Cedric Lecendre, a Harlem resident and Bilboquet’s general manager and the nephew of its owner, Philippe Delgrange, has signed a lease for Cedric which will open… Continue Reading →

Great Progress At Harlem's New Cedric Restaurant

By HarlemHouse HarlemGuy reported a couple weeks back about Cedric Restaurant coming to Harlem.  Cedric Lecendre, a Harlem resident and Bilboquet’s general manager and the nephew of its owner, Philippe Delgrange, has signed a lease for Cedric which will open… Continue Reading →

Get Your Drink On In Harlem’s Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy If you’re looking for a place to hang your hat and get your groove on this weekend (or any night for that matter), Harlem has a spot for you – and right on it’s Gold Coast. From Bier… Continue Reading →

Get Your Drink On In Harlem's Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy If you’re looking for a place to hang your hat and get your groove on this weekend (or any night for that matter), Harlem has a spot for you – and right on it’s Gold Coast. From Bier… Continue Reading →

More on the momentum in South Harlem

By HarlemGuy Santa delivered an unexpected treat to HarlemGuy of HarlemCondoLife and our readers and fellow Harlem residents on Christmas day this year. It took the form of a New York Times article on the Momentum in South Harlem, featuring… Continue Reading →

Where were you when Barack Obama became President?

By NativeNewYorker That’s the question people will be asking each other for the next few weeks and the question our children and grandchildren will ask us a decade from now. For those who aren’t making the trek to DC, HarlemOneStop… Continue Reading →

Who Represents You? HarlemCondoLife has the answer.

By HarlemGuy. The New York Times recently unveiled a new site called Represent which we find particularly relevant and useful given the recent US Presidential election and ensuing political changes.  It’s a simple, slick, elegant site allowing you to easily identify… Continue Reading →

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