If you prefer to avoid the crowds this holiday season and let your fingers do the clicking instead, don’t forget to click first on the Amazon.com banner on P.S. 180’s homepage. A portion of each sale goes to the school. http://www.hugonewmanprep.org #cultural #guide #essential #event #Harlem #local #Uptown #culture #NewYork #experienceharlem #experience #ExperienceHarlem #NYC #shoplocal #harlemnyc #harlemites #NY
The Cecil is now open for weekday Lunch and weekend Brunch.
Explore our menus and come experience dishes like “delicate and delicious” oxtail dumplings and duck confit and yam waffles.
Call us at (212)866.1262 or click to make a reservation. Thanksgiving all day Dinner, 11am-10pm, $65 per person.
For Reservations, please call: (212) 866.1262, or click here. #cultural #guide #essential #event #Harlem #local #Uptown #culture #NewYork #experienceharlem #experience #Experience
Here’s a round up of uptown spots to view the latest between Olivia Pope and Fitz. MY IMAGE STUDIOS
40 W 116th St
646-688-5886 COVE LOUNGE
325 Lenox Ave
212-665-3453 BILLIE’S BLACK
271 W 119th St
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By Kysha Harris
@SCHOPgirl Next to tacos and tequila we at Experience Harlem like some suds. Enter the month of October! (cue the beer angels…) And though the official Oktoberfest has come to an end, there is are still plenty of time in the month and places in Harlem to enjoy a glass, a can, a bottle, a pint or a stein. One of the newest that was old and now new again is Riverbank Grill (@riverbankgrill, 679 Riverside Drive, 212.234.1023, www.riverbankgrill.com) right in Rive
By Kysha Harris @SCHOPgirl Everyone knows New York City is called the melting pot. It is a rich mix of cultures, flavors, people and tastes that have converged on a relatively small patch of land. Harlem is no exception. However, what is unique about Harlem, more specifically the 15-block stretch on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, also known as the Gateway to Harlem, is the number of world foods that live in our community. So let’s take a trip around the world on Harlem Gateway
Did you see our $50 reward? Clinical, Energy Or Microderm Facial CLINICAL FACIAL: This facial is a key to healthy skin and is proven to correct conditions such as acne and hyper pigmentation. The clinical facial is also a great preventative measure against aging. Optimal results achieved through a series of treatments. ENERGY FACIAL: Specific microcurrent, which is often called the “non-surgical facelift.” As the skin heals, skin tones and elasticity improves, the appearance
Two decades ago, Wynton Marsalis composed and recorded In This House, On This Morning and began a creative exploration of how to reflect the forms of the African American church service onto a theme of universal humanism while raising a joyful noise. Marsalis refined this integration of sacred and secular expression with his definitive 2008 extended work Abyssinian 200: A Celebration, commissioned by the Abyssinian Baptist Church on West 138th Street in Harlem to celebrate it
By Kysha Harris Experiencing Harlem means to have witnessed or been part of the changes in our neighborhood. New places open that have become our favorite restaurants, stores, spaces and some of our favorites have unfortunately closed. We continue to site them for their contribution to the landscape as it now exists. This is why we were so happy to be invited to the first taste of Chef Alexander Smalls revival of the former Harlem hotspot, The Cecil, on 118th Street and St. N
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BET’s hit talent show based on the Apollo Theater’s Amateur Night is back!
September 14, 15 & 16
@ Apollo Theater – 253 West 125th Street, Harlem, USA Apollo Live will return for a second season on Centric and BET and you can be part of the excitement! For nearly 80 years, aspiring performers from all over the country have come to New York to showcase their talents and take a shot at stardom at the world famous Apollo Theater. Apollo Live draws upon the traditi
It’s almost that time when kids throughout Harlem return to school. This school year, I hope you’ll join us in supporting Global Language Project (GLP), an educational 501(c)(3) that brings foreign language programs into underserved elementary schools and provides low-income students with learning and cultural activities that help to increase their test scores in core subjects like Math and Science, encourage them to embrace diversity, and prepare them to complete in our glob
Thokoza, a company of six South African and African American women “of a certain age” will extend it’s current off-Broadway run of I SING FOR FREEDOM at Baruch Performing Arts Center August 19th and September 9th through December 16th. Conceived and directed by Thuli Dumakude, I SING FOR FREEDOM features women with a collective total of over 130 years of singing experience who sing acapella and unamplified the music that they love and that makes them feel free. Thokoza’s son
As one of the ‘pioneers’ of the new FDB, Gorgui N’doye owner of Les Ambassades set the bar for new businesses coming into the area with its enticing array of freshly baked croissants, baguettes, sandwiches, and fresh squeezed O.J. After ten years in Harlem, Les Ambassades restaurant expanded. A take out counter serving mouth-watering pastries is now connected to a full-service restaurant next door with sidewalk cafe seating available. The French-American inspired cuisine in
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