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Enjoy World Class Dining In Harlem Amali, New York, New York, 212.339.8363 (Downtown) Blujeen Restaurant, New York, New York, 212.256.1073 Café du Soleil, New York, New York, 212.316.5000 Jolie Patisserie, New York, New Continue Reading →

NYC Restaurants Letter Grading 5 Year Anniversary

Food is hot in Harlem and all over NYC, so in July 2010, the Health Department began requiring restaurants in all five boroughs to post letter grades summarizing their sanitary Continue Reading →

Harlem Restaurants Eat Red To Help Fight AIDS (video)

We just received an e-mail from the good folks at Cecil and Minton’s about a great event coming on June 1st-10th, 2014.

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Tony Hale Lived In Harlem And Now He’s Back In New York To Shoot ‘Veep’

Tony Hale, who plays Gary Walsh, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ right-hand guy — a k a her character Selina Meyer’s bag man in “Veep” — unfortunately lives in California.

The Fabulous Schrafft’s, Broadway And 107th Street, Harlem, NY, 1933 (Photographs)

The 102-103rd Street Block Association reports that the back in the day, the old, steady Schrafft’s had a fountain at 2786 Broadway between West 107th and 108th Streets, Harlem, New Continue Reading →

From Harlem With Love At This New Scoops Parlor

Melissa Tavss has been cranking out liquor-infused ice creams and sorbets out of an East Harlem factory since 2012. Now Tipsy Scoop is getting its first-ever retail space in Kips Bay.

Simple Ways A Harlemite Can Improve Their Health Every Day

By Mike Robinson As a Harlemite, you may love the city’s high-energy environment, the great job opportunities, access to some of the best restaurants in the country, exceptional culture and Continue Reading →

The Party’s Used To Be On The Best Stoops Of Harlem, New York

Great stories about stoop parties with barbecue grills, boomboxes and more in New York City and more specifically Harlem, New York.

Tips For Controlling “The Silent Killer” — High Blood Pressure

The number one misconception among patients with high blood pressure is that they don’t feel sick. That’s why high blood pressure or hypertension is commonly known as the silent killer Continue Reading →

NYC Commission On Human Rights Reports Significant Increase In Discrimination Inquiries

The NYC Commission on Human Rights reported a significant increase in discrimination inquiries in 2016, receiving 8,330 reports in 2016 compared to 5,296 reports in 2015, a nearly 60 percent Continue Reading →