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Address: 253 West 125th Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Apr-19-14 03:00 PM The Bloc Party: Jonzi D's Freestyle Project
Apr-19-14 07:30 PM The Bloc Party: Jonzi D's Freestyle Project
Apr-19-14 08:00 PM Keith Faison Presents An Easter Show
Apr-21-14 10:00 AM Harlem History Walking Tour Discover Harlem's History: From Its Jazzy Renaissance to Present Day

See where jazz came of age, where Orson Welles directed the first all black production of Macbeth, where President Barack Obama comes to eat whenever he's in town and more on this Harlem history walking tour. Whether you're a native New Yorker or just visiting, there's plenty of interesting stuff to discover about this area, one of the country's most historic and important neighborhoods. This two-hour walking tour covers most everything, from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s -- when African-American activists, poets, writers and musical icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie called these blocks home -- to the area's recent association with former President Bill Clinton.
Apr-22-14 10:00 AM Harlem History Walking Tour Discover Harlem's History: From Its Jazzy Renaissance to Present Day

See where jazz came of age, where Orson Welles directed the first all black production of Macbeth, where President Barack Obama comes to eat whenever he's in town and more on this Harlem history walking tour. Whether you're a native New Yorker or just visiting, there's plenty of interesting stuff to discover about this area, one of the country's most historic and important neighborhoods. This two-hour walking tour covers most everything, from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s -- when African-American activists, poets, writers and musical icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie called these blocks home -- to the area's recent association with former President Bill Clinton.
Apr-23-14 07:30 PM Amateur Night At The Apollo
Apr-23-14 07:30 PM Clark Turpin Amateur Night at The Apollo: Show Off! (round two). Come check out Clark Turpin, 1st place winner of Amateur Night at The Apollo (round one) as he competes yet again!
Apr-25-14 10:00 AM Harlem History Walking Tour Discover Harlem's History: From Its Jazzy Renaissance to Present Day

See where jazz came of age, where Orson Welles directed the first all black production of Macbeth, where President Barack Obama comes to eat whenever he's in town and more on this Harlem history walking tour. Whether you're a native New Yorker or just visiting, there's plenty of interesting stuff to discover about this area, one of the country's most historic and important neighborhoods. This two-hour walking tour covers most everything, from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s -- when African-American activists, poets, writers and musical icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie called these blocks home -- to the area's recent association with former President Bill Clinton.
Apr-28-14 10:00 AM Harlem History Walking Tour Discover Harlem's History: From Its Jazzy Renaissance to Present Day

See where jazz came of age, where Orson Welles directed the first all black production of Macbeth, where President Barack Obama comes to eat whenever he's in town and more on this Harlem history walking tour. Whether you're a native New Yorker or just visiting, there's plenty of interesting stuff to discover about this area, one of the country's most historic and important neighborhoods. This two-hour walking tour covers most everything, from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s -- when African-American activists, poets, writers and musical icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie called these blocks home -- to the area's recent association with former President Bill Clinton.
Apr-29-14 10:00 AM Harlem History Walking Tour Discover Harlem's History: From Its Jazzy Renaissance to Present Day

See where jazz came of age, where Orson Welles directed the first all black production of Macbeth, where President Barack Obama comes to eat whenever he's in town and more on this Harlem history walking tour. Whether you're a native New Yorker or just visiting, there's plenty of interesting stuff to discover about this area, one of the country's most historic and important neighborhoods. This two-hour walking tour covers most everything, from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s -- when African-American activists, poets, writers and musical icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie called these blocks home -- to the area's recent association with former President Bill Clinton.