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One of the best pizza places in New York! Definitely some of the best pizza in NYC
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One of the best bars in NYC! Definitely the best craft beer bar in Harlem
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One of the best live music venues in New York City! Definitely one of the coolest bars in Harlem
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One of the best yoga studios in NYC! Definitely a must-try for beginners and experts
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I highly recommend this place to any Japanese food lover in NYC. The chef is very knowledgeable and the dishes are unique and delicious. I would recommend making a reservation ..
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DOMODOMO has one of the best omakase deals in all of New York City! It's absolutely delicious and is reasonably priced for the quality you are getting. The restaurant has ..

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Harlem New York was settled in the 1600s. Harlem is full of history, unique architecture, and mixed cultures. Harlem occupies northern Manhattan Island. The boundaries of Harlem are between 155th street and East 96th. Harlem is to the east of Central Park. Many Harlem residents enjoy listening to music and watching shows at The Apollo Theatre and the Theatre of Harlem. Harlem has developed a great reputation for having amazing food, flashy clubs, and good music, particularly jazz. The jazz music attracts people from all over New York. Harlem became a mostly black community soon after World War I due to many African Americans moving up from the southern states. Harlem New York is still known today as a mostly black community. New Yorkers came flocking to Harlem in the early 1900s due to electric railways and booming properties. Most of the clubs in Harlem attract the midtown caucasian crowd of young men and women as well as some of the Harlem locals. The clubs come alive at night with the smell of good food in the air and jazz at your ears.

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SOUL TRAIN TRIBUTE!!!(2019 ImageNation Outdoors Film & Music Festival)

SOUL TRAIN TRIBUTE!!!(2019 ImageNation Outdoors Film & Music Festival)

on Thursday, 22 Aug, 6:00 PM
at Marcus Garvey Park
Interrupts 5th Ave. between W. 120th and W. 124th, New York, NY 10027
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Singer Aretha Franklin performs gospel songs at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles in 1972. Preceded by live musical tribute, and Harlem’s attempt to form a record-breaking Soul Train line.

The Ballad of Fred Hersch

The Ballad of Fred Hersch

on Thursday, 22 Aug, 7:00 PM
at Maysles Cinema
343 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10027
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The Ballad of Fred Hersch is an intimate portrait of one of today's foremost jazz pianists. With more than 30 albums and 12 Grammy nominations under his belt, Hersch is internationally revered in jazz circles as a master improviser.

ROBERT BALL at ROOM 623

ROBERT BALL at ROOM 623

on Thursday, 22 Aug, 8:00 PM
at ROOM 623
271 West 119th St, New York, NY 10026
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Robert Ball’s sound spans soul, neo-soul, jazz and easy listening – with a global audience, extensive list of tour dates, artist collaborations, and live broadcast appearances, his 18-year career has led him to fine-tune his inspirational and tranquil mus

Everybody Loves The 90's Brunch & Day Party - FreakNik Edition
on Sunday, 25 Aug, 12:00 PM
at MIST Harlem
46 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10026
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The 70’s were groovy, the 80’s were totally awesome, but everybody knows that the 90’s were downright dope! 90’s fashion, flava, and especially the MUSIC were everything! Well, we at The Alumni Group are yearning for those times, and we especially miss the soundtrack th

Goya New York International Salsa Congress
on Tuesday, 27 Aug, 3:00 PM
at The National Jazz Museum in Harlem
58 W 129th St, New York, NY 10027
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Program details TBA by August 10. “Up Close and Personal” with a Latin icon.

Brunch, Booze, & Beats: Brunch & Day Party - Labor Day Weekend Edition
on Saturday, 31 Aug, 12:00 PM
at Row House Restaurant
2128 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10026
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We know for sure that today's urban professional loves three things: Brunch, Booze, and Banging Beats! So come out to Row House on August 31st from 12:00 to 7:00 PM where we're serving a heaping helping of all three at the "Brunch, Booze, & Beats" Brunch

Everybody Loves The 90's Brunch & Day Party - Labor Day Weekend Edition
on Sunday, 1 Sep, 12:00 PM
at MISTHarlem
46 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026
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The 70’s were groovy, the 80’s were totally awesome, but everybody knows that the 90’s were downright dope! 90’s fashion, flava, and especially the MUSIC were everything!

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on Wednesday, 4 Sep, 6:35 PM
at Yankee Stadium
One East 161st Street, Bronx, NY 10451
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First Fridays: Labor Day 'Carnival' Edition
on Friday, 6 Sep, 6:00 PM
at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037
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Back by popular demand, the Schomburg Center is proud to present our fourth annual First Fridays: Labor Day "Carnival" Edition, Celebrating 70+ years of Caribbean Culture and History with the West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA).

First Fridays: Labor Day 'Carnival' Edition
on Friday, 6 Sep, 6:00 PM
at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library
515 Malcolm X Blvd,, New York,, NY 10037
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Back by popular demand, the Schomburg Center is proud to present our fourth annual First Fridays: Labor Day "Carnival" Edition, Celebrating 70+ years of Caribbean Culture and History with the West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA).

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