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Sunday happenings at Harlem Tavern and Corner Social


Need plans today in Harlem, Sunday August 12? Turn to Harlem Tavern on Frederick Douglass Blvd and 116th Street, and Corner Social on 126th Street and Lenox Avenue. Harlem Tavern will be showing on their big TV screens the Men’s Olympic Gold Medal Basketball game. Doors open at 10 AM! Later in the evening they will be showing the London Olympic’s closing ceremony.

Two boulevards over on Lenox Avenue, Corner Social is celebrating Labor Day Carnival-Trinidad style. The festivities at Corner Social start at 6 PM and ends at 9 PM. All the carnival details are in the photo!

Have a great Sunday in Harlem!

Street Games is happening April 28 in Spanish Harlem

The 5th annual Street Games will be taking place April 28 at Thomas Jefferson Park in Spanish Harlem, which is located at 114th Street off of 1st Avenue. Street Games celebrates games from the ’60s and ’70s by introducing them to a new generation of kids. This event is FREE and open to all ages, and will feature classic activities for abilities, including:

  • Stickball
  • Pogo Sticks
  • Hula Hoops
  • Double-Dutch
  • Hippity Hop
  • Yo-Yo’s
  • Skateboarding Clinics
  • Learn to Ride Your Bike
  • Disney Zone
  • Knicks Groove Truck
  • Street Hockey
  • Sky Bounce Youth Handball Tournament – NEW!
  • Soap Box Derby – NEW!
  • Red Bulls Skills Challenge – NEW!

The event will also feature performances by the Dance Theatre of Harlem and Industrial Rhythm! And Street Games will happen rain or shine! See details below!

Street Games
Saturday, April 28, 2012
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Thomas Jefferson Park, Spanish Harlem in Manhattan
114th Street off of 1st Avenue

Harlem Globetrotters on The Amazing Race cour

Sep 29, 2009 @ 0:02
By HarlemGal

Photo provided by The Amazing Race on CBS

Photo provided by The Amazing Race on CBS

Did anyone watch the season premiere of The Amazing Race on CBS, Sunday September 27th? One of the teams competing for the big prize are Herbert Lang and Nathaniel Lofton, two members of the Harlem Globetrotters.
From what I saw on the tube this past Sunday, they have some serious potential to win it. First, who knows the importance of team spirit better than a Harlem Globetrotter? Second, they have stamina from all that precise dribbling up and down the basketball court. Third, they are known to pull a few tricks out of their magic hat on the court. That skill could seriously help with the different challenges ahead. And last, they have traveled all over the world with the Globetrotters. They have a landscape edge based on their travels. Given their potential, HarlemCondoLife will be watching every Sunday and rooting for Herbert and Nathaniel! Go team!

Photo provided by The Amazing Race on CBS

Photo provided by The Amazing Race on CBS