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Harlem population grows by one, HarlemGal becomes a mommy

Good news to report that I want to share with you! The Village of Harlem grew by one this week! My daughter was born on October 8 at Mt. Sinai Hospital! She came into this world weighing 6 pounds 6 … Continue reading

HarlemGal Inc’s latest photo stream on Harlem Restaurants

HarlemGal Inc’s photostream on Flickr. Last photo stream was on Harlem Week. Now photos of Harlem’s eating establishments are up! If you have a photo of your favorite Harlem place, send to me by email, Twitter or Facebook!

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Follow HarlemGal and her blog posts by subscribing via email. This function is located on the lower right hand side of the blog page or better yet, send her feedback, or story ideas by clicking on the contact link located … Continue reading

HarlemGal Inc remembers Haiti Earthquake

Jan 12, 2011 @ 0:31 By HarlemGal I came across this powerful message below on one of my friend’s Facebook page. It’s moving, powerful and speaks for itself. It must be passed on. Let’s remember what happened one year ago … Continue reading

HarlemGal’s Bio

HarlemGal Inc. is a collection of blog posts since 2008 about living and experiencing life in Harlem. HarlemGal has resided in the black capital of the world since 2006. She enjoys being a mommy to her little girl and boy, … Continue reading

Free film screening in Harlem, See Black and Blue Oct. 9

There’s an opportunity to see a free film in Harlem next week at Magic Johnson Theater!. It’s called Black and Blue! Wednesday, October 9th at 7 pm you can see this free film by using this link. As always, it’s … Continue reading

Vege spot opens in Harlem, Lyn-Genet’s Kitchen owned by bestselling author

There are interesting finds in Harlem. They are constantly popping up every where and its hard to keep track. But here’s a new spot you may want to check out. It’s called Lyn-Genet’s Kitchen located in the Hamilton Heights area … Continue reading

Annie’s Juicery lands on Harlem‘s Restaurant Row

I haven’t blogged about Harlem in ages (busy on Instagram though). I tell myself daily that if I come across something very interesting, I will blog. Well, that day has come. Walking along Frederick Douglass Blvd recently with my kids, … Continue reading

Redesign planned for Harlem Meer area, groundbreaking set for Fall 2020

If you love Harlem Meer or Lasker Rink or the northern part of Central Park like we do, this piece of news will (or should) please you. We learned today via a press release about a major redesign of Harlem … Continue reading

Introducing Bean & Barley, opening on Harlem’s restaurant row

Update: Bean & Barley is open. Stop by and try CBD with your coffee. We did! As one restaurant closes, another something opens. That’s the cycle of retail life in Harlem/ NYC. In this case, it’s another cafe! At 2118 … Continue reading