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HarlemLive: Community
In Urban Harlem there are many issues that need to be spoken about. HarlemLive has become the frontlines of Afro Centric news. HarlemLive has become a superpower in delivering infornative content to the world about Harlem and the Greater New York City area via the Internet.
East Harlem a.k.a. El Barrio or Spanish Harlem

There are a lot of interesting people and places in East Harlem. Spanish Harlem starts on East 96th Street up to East 132nd Street, between Fifth Avenue and the FDR Drive. Next to the FDR Drive is the East River (which is actually a fjord). This river was contaminated for a very long time and is slowly recovering.

You can also find many organizations such as museums, schools and businesses. There is also a mosque and a Greek chursh in Spanish Harlem.

People from different countries live and work here. They come from Haiti, Mexico,India, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Africa, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and other places.

Onelis Martínez, Dionis Abreu, Lenin Hércules

James De La Vega,
an Artist in el Barrio
De La Vega's Art Work
as seen at The Fish Tank Studio
Murals and Grafitti
from El Barrio
L & T Donut Shop,
more than just donuts
Casablanca Meat Market
for the best meat in El Barrio
Dimitri's Nurseries, Inc.
the urban garden professionals

The Conservatory
a formal garden in Central Park