Let the soccer games begin! And get even more excited by reading this wonderful article about how P.S. 72 Lexington Academy in East Harlem received a roof top soccer field! MSNBC.com reported this past week that Manchester City Football Club and diplomats from the UAE partnered together to help create a new soccer field on the roof of P.S. 72 Lexington Academy in East Harlem. The dedication for the new field happened this past week.
Way to go P.S. 72 in East Harlem! Congrats to them on their new soccer field!
Posted in Community, education, Harlem, health and wellness, kids, New York, New York City, NYC
Tagged city football club, East Harlem, Harlem, manchester city football, Manchester City Football Club, Morning Joe, MSNBC.com, P.S. 72 Lexington Academy, Photo by MSNBC, soccer, soccer field, soccer games, Sports, UAE
Jun 1, 2010 @ 7:30
A month ago, we mentioned that 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd is expected to be the home of Bier International, Harlem’s first beer garden; and that we didn’t think it would open at the end of May. The opening did not happen in May. However, we’re happy to report we have seen work activity on site recently. Over the Memorial Day weekend, we saw workers outside of the property and one side of the rolling steel doors up.
From the photos below, there is something happening inside the retail space. However, the real question is what type of deadline are these workers on? We asked when the beer garden in Harlem is scheduled to open, one replied “a month from now.”
What a complete bummer-if in fact that is the case! With the 2010 World Cup starting on June 11 and lasting for several weeks, that is prime beer drinking time. Maybe the worker on site meant to say “we’re opening in two weeks for the World Cup or midway through the World Cup.” We are keep our fingers crossed hoping that one of those scenarios is the case! If you have heard otherwise, chime in!
Posted in Bars, business, Harlem, restaurant row, restaurants
Tagged 10026, 2010 World Cup, 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd., beer, bier international, dining and drinking, Harlem, Photos by HarlemGal, soccer