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Spend Halloween in Harlem, Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance to host event October 31

Need plans for Halloween? How about spending Halloween on Harlem’s restaurant row? The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance (FDBA) is organizing a Halloween in Harlem party along Frederick Douglass Blvd. Several businesses shown below with their logo will be handing out candy to trick or treaters and decorating their windows for all passerby’s to view.

For those without little ones, select restaurants will have $5 drink specials from 5 pm – 10 pm and be handing out 10 percent off coupons good retail partners with their logos listed below as well, such as BebeNoir, Bibi Salon, Harlem Flo, Franz James, Harlem Shambles and more!

See you along the boulevard for Halloween!


Where to purchase a Harlem tee?

A reader from Plano, Texas recently wrote HarlemGal Inc asking where can one purchase a t-shirt that says Harlem on it if one doesn’t live in Harlem? The answer: there are plenty of options to purchase a Harlem tee if you don’t live in Harlem!

The largest Harlem online community on Facebook known as Harlem NYC recently started to sell unisex t-shirts that say…what else, but Harlem NYC on it. Go here to purchase a t-shirt for $12.50. To get that price, more than 50 t-shirts have to be printed.

On twitter, several followers have told HarlemGal that a site called Harlem Lives sells men and women t-shirts that say Harlem on it. And apparently, there is a sale going on at this site according to a follower. Harlem Lives tees run from about $19 to $25.

Harlem Underground offers consumers the opportunity to buy Harlem t-shirts online and in stores as well. Harlem Underground has two locations. Their first is on 20 East 125th Street. And recently, they opened their second store in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 119th Street and 120th. Harlem Underground tees cost from $16 all the way up to $30.

Harlem t-shirts are also offered in stores only at Swing Concept and Bebenoir in Harlem. And let’s not forget along 125th Street. Street vendors sell Harlem t-shirts for as low as $10!

If there are other places to purchase Harlem t-shirts, drop us line here in the comments section!

The Douglass in Harlem participates in open house wine tasting, Bebenoir turns three

Oct 15, 2010 @ 13:10
By HarlemGal
Harlem happenings for this weekend-October 16th and 17th! Check them out-if it interests you! Have a great weekend!

Happy Anniversary to Harlem’s Bebenoir

Oct 17, 2009 @ 11:34
By  HarlemGal
Benenoir is celebrating their two year anniversary today. That’s wonderful news! HarlemCondoLife says congratulations and may there be many more anniversaries to come!Bebenoir

Bebenoir Harlem Midnight Sale

May 26, 2009 @ 22:49
By HarlemGal
24Need some cool clothing ware for the summer? Or an outfit to hang out at Mojo or 67 Orange? If the answer is yes, you may want to head to Bebenoir this weekend. They are having a midnight sale. If your not sure what to buy I recommend the t-shirts with the Ethiopian masks. They are the coolest! I have purchased three so far: pink with glitter masks, an off white tee with black masks and a green tee with masks for luck! Stop by for a quick look! You won’t be disappointed.

Harlem’s Bebenoir Holiday Style Event

Nov 18, 2008 @ 22:22
A few weeks back we blogged about a good shopping experience at Bebenoir in Central Harlem. They are kicking off the holiday season with a style event on November 25th. If you are looking to purchase a fun outfit to wear to the hip section in the Viaduct area or…for those upcoming holiday parties or…for walking the streets of cool Harlem, this is the place to visit on the 25th! Details are below!bebenoir holiday event

Hip, Unique Shopping@Harlem’s Bebenoir

Oct 4, 2008 @ 18:28
Recently, I was walking to the Rite Aid on Frederick Douglass & 117th….and all of a sudden a lovely window display caught my eye.  What got me to stop was a display that had mannequins featuring very cool clothing for both men and women.  It was so attractive I walked in and all of a sudden I was greeted by the nicest sales person.  He quickly said ” you have not been in here before…yes?  Let me show you around”  I confessed and said this was my first visit, but that I lived in Harlem.  I then quickly asked what is the name of this place. Bebenoir the sales person responded.

After this pleasant encounter, I gravitated to the men’s t-shirts that have these masks or faces in different colors printed on solid tees.  At the bottom of the t-shirt there are Ethiopian characters.  It’s just the coolest looking tee.  What else could I do after a helpful rep assisted me and attractive tees in front of me…..make the green one mine.  If you like tees that have African character offered in Harlem – Bebenoir is the place!

Bebenoir tee in Green

Bebenoir tee in Green