125th Street in Harlem is like no other street in the world. It just opened a new 24 hour IHOP, it already has a H&M, Starbucks, Applebee’s, Atmos, a Nike store, the Magic Johnson Theatre. Continue reading
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Tagged 125th Street called one of 10 Great Streets in America, H&M, Harlem, Harlem Bespoke, Harlem Pier, Harlem USA II development, IHOP, Magic Johnson Theatre, Nike, Red Lobster, Starbucks
The beloved Hip Hop Cultural Center (H2C2harlem.com) that started in 2007 located on the corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd., between 124th and 125th Streets has closed it’s doors. Continue reading
Posted in Harlem, Music
Tagged Annual Rapathon, b-boy, Break Dancing, Disc jockey, DJ’ing, Graffiti, Hip Hop Cultural Center, Hiphop, Magic Johnson Theatre, Master of Ceremonies, MC’ing
Harlem’s Funny Friday
No talking during the movie: Please!
We know none of you have a had the problem with someone talking on their cell phone or loudly saying what’s about to happen in a upcoming scene before it happens. But, if you have had that experience here’s what you should do:
1 Don’t just switch off your phone in response to what’s very likely a cute invitation from some fake-friendly voice. Make sure it’s off before you enter the theater.
2 Never whisper, let alone talk, during the movie. If you’re hard of hearing, get a hearing aid instead of bothering your companion for info about the plot. And don’t hum along with songs, even if it’s by T. Pain. Continue reading
Join Harlem’s Ralph McDaniels on Saturday, June 14th, 12 – 6 pm, to celebrate 25 years of Video Music Box with a kick off party, live at the Hip Hop Cultural Center at the Magic Johnson Theatre, 125th Street and Frederick Douglas Blvd (2nd floor).