Monthly Archives: May 2013

UPDATE: Congratulations, Terry!

We’re happy to report that our fearless author cleaned up at the Independent Book Publishers Association awards on May 27, winning both the silver and gold Benjamin Franklin Awards in autobiography/memoir and multicultural writing categories!

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A Major Award!

Our resident author Terry Baker Mulligan has won a Benjamin Franklin silver award in the Multicultural writing category! The award recognizes achievement in independent book publishing and is given by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest non-profit trade association in … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

News and notes from in and around the Harlem-sphere Willie Mays Drive vs. Willie Mays Boulevard – which street name – and where – is more befitting of a memorial? (via NYDN)   (image via ESPN) The decline of tourism, … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

News and notes about Harlem from in and around the blogosphere The Harlem Shake restaurant opens at 124th and Lenox (via Harlem+Bespoke) Caroline Kennedy comes to Harlem – for jury duty (via NY Post) Dirtbikers promote anti-violence, pro-safety in an effort … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

News and notes from around the blogosphere: On the auction block: a brownstone in Sugar Hill that was once home to the Office of Children and Family Services-  minimum bid is $385,000 Found via the New York Public Library – Jay-Z, … Continue reading

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Sunday Reading

Links from around the web that are worth passing along: Cicely Tyson, who is currently on Broadway in ‘The Trip To Bountiful,’ has been nominated for a Tony at the age of 79 – her first! The Harlem Jazz Festival begins Monday … Continue reading

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Making The Rounds

The month of April was a busy one in regards to continuing to spread the word on Sugar Hill – here are a few highlights: A reading was held at new cafe Chronicle Coffee, located in North St. Louis. Check … Continue reading

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