Monthly Archives: March 2012

“Sugar Hill” is on the Cover of This Week’s Publishers Weekly Magazine

Thank you Publishers Weekly for placing my book on the cover of this week’s March 26th issue: http://magazinesdownload.com/post/2012/03/29/Publishers-Weekly-26-March-2012.aspx

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Harlem is Gentrifying — Get ready for NoHa, SoHa and So On; But Harlem has Changed Before

Increasingly, uptown folks are asking, “What’s going on in Harlem? Is it changing too fast? Too slow? Is it losing its black identity?” Step back a moment, revisit history and remember that Harlem evolved from groups who lived here previously. … Continue reading

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Soul Food Recipe : Fried Kidneys, Gravy and Grits

As best I can remember, this is one of my grandmother’s oldest and most delicious soul food receipes: Gram’s Breakfast Kidneys, Gravy and Grits *1 lb. veal (or beef) kidneys cut into bite-size pieces Dredge kidneys in salt and pepper-seasoned … Continue reading

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A Review of “Sugar Hill Where the Sun Rose Over Harlem”

Linda Austi, blogger and co-author of “Chery Blossoms in Twilight,” posted the following article about “Sugar Hill:” Moonbridgebooks

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