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Numerology information Harlems:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Harlems:
Harlem is a part of Manhattan located ABOVE 125th st. and BELOW 165th st. It has historically been the home of African-Americans and peoples of African decent. Harlem is best known for the jazz, poetry, and art that came out of the Harlem Renaissance. Important figures of Harlem include: Langston Hughes, W.E.B DuBois, Ella Fitzgerald. Harlem has also been seen as a dangerous place to people who reside below 96th st and really most places outside of Manhattan. Trust me, It's not.
I took the A train to 125th and got off in Harlem. (Duke Ellington's song "A Train" is all about this).
A great place to visit, a shitty place to live
Harlem, where "open-minded" white people go to soak up the black culture and deepen their souls, then drive back to the cushy suburbs.
One of New York City's oldest neighbrohoods. Harlem has history. I mean mad history. Harlem is a famous neighborhood that homed many famous people, and I don't mean these whack-ass rap artists. The layout in Harlem has many pre-war row houses, apartment buildings and many other type of housings. There is also A LOT of famous places in this neighborhood, which varies through restaurants to arts & music to cultural places. Very well known to the famous Apallo Theater. Streets are named after famous people as well, such as 'Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard' and 'Malcolm X Avenue'. Harlem also has neighboring districts such as 'East Harlem, 'Sugar Hill', 'Hamilton Heights', 'Marble Hill' and many others. Neighborhoods near Harlem would be 'Washington Heights', 'Inwood' and the 'Upper East Side'. However, Harlem was completely ruined by crime after the '40s. Crime went up to a huge %70, but in the past few years the neighborhood has gotten better and crime went down %64 thanks to (former) Mayor Roudolf Guiliani and (present) Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Harlem is a great place to visit.
harlem starts on 110th and ends on 159th as far as blocks go. We who are from Harlem have a different persona - a different grandeur- We talk & walk different. If you see a person with an outfit you never seen before most likely "they're from Harlem." If you hear someone talking that crazy wildness you never heard before you guessed right "they're from Harlem." Harlem cats are fly our style is ridiculous which makes us unique & trendsetters we're a lil flashy, hustle prone, we get it poppin' & we got that guap what more can I say: HARLEM NEVA SAT DOWN FOR US 2 HAVE 2 STAND UP!!!!
Songs about Harlems:
Harlem Shake by Baauer from the Album Harlem Shake
Harlem by New Politics from the Album A Bad Girl In Harlem
Harlem River Blues by Justin Townes Earle from the Album Bloodshot Best of 2010 Sampler
Harlem River Blues by Justin Townes Earle from the Album Bloodshot Indie-Pendence Sampler
Midnight In Harlem by Tedeschi Trucks Band from the Album Revelator
Angel Of Harlem by U2 from the Album Rattle And Hum
Harlem Shake (Club Mix) by Freaks from the Album Harlem Shake - EP
Books about Harlems:
Harlem by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Alice Attie (Jan 15, 2013)
The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks and Caanan White (Apr 1, 2014)
Harlem Hellfighters by J. Patrick Lewis and Gary Kelley (Aug 19, 2014)
Lady Sings the Blues the 50th Anniversary Edition (Harlem Moon Classics) by Billie Holiday, William Dufty and David Ritz (Jul 25, 2006)
Rise of A Harlem Princess 2 by Chrissy J (Apr 19, 2014)
Harlem's Rattlers and the Great War: The Undaunted 369th Regiment and the African American Quest for Equality... by Jeffrey T. Sammons and John H. Jr. Morrow (Apr 8, 2014)
Little Ghetto Girl: A Novel by Danielle Santiago (Feb 6, 2007)
Movies about Harlems:
Harlem Nights 2012 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins Starring: Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx, et al. Directed by: Eddie Murphy
Welcome to Harlem 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Starring: Mark Blackman, Shaun Brown, et al. Directed by: Mark Blackman
Paradise in Harlem (1939) 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins Starring: Mamie Smith and Norman Astwood Directed by: Joseph Seiden
Good Guy From Harlem (1972) 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Starring: Al Connors Directed by: Rene Martinez
How Do I Look, Harlem Drag Balls 2012 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 21 mins Starring: Willi Ninja Directed by: Wolfgang Busch
The Incredible Hulk 2012 PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 53 mins Starring: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, William Hurt, et al. Directed by: Louis Leterrier
Chester Himes: A Rage In Harlem, Internationally Acclaimed Writer 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Createspace