Monthly Archives: July 2013

Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton and Eliza Hamilton (aka Mrs. Alexander): The Twisted Connection

So,what do these three ladies, one of whom was born three centuries ago, have in common? First, the reality: All three married prominent politicians who cheated on them. Huma, a beautiful elegant woman of accomplishment is all over the news … Continue reading

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July Updates

Can you believe that we are nearly halfway through summer? Just a few updates from Sugar Hill: “…vivid testimony, highly recommended.” – My book got a favorable review from the Midwest Book Review journal – read it here. And we are … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

Today is Bastille Day! Celebrate By Taking A Tour Of The Morris-Jumel Mansion – Via NYDN Remember That Face: Plus-Size Models Are Competing For The Kurvacious Model Competition in East Harlem – Via NYDN Your Grandmother Might Be Voting For Anthony Weiner … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

Happy Independence Day from New York City WQXR Weekday Evening Host Terrance McKnight Shows Off His Harlem Home (Via NYT) East Harlem Minister Rev. Norman Eddy, Who Sought To Create “Plymouth Colony In East Harlem” Passed Away at 93 From … Continue reading

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Win An Audiobook Copy of Sugar Hill!

Hitting the road this summer? Take Sugar Hill with you! We are giving away a copy of the audio version of the book, and you can enter by re-tweeting the hashtag #ilovesugarhill to @sugarhillfan fan by Midnight on July 7. … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Funeral Home Hopping When I was a Kid

This weeks blogroll links to an article and documentary film, “Homegoings”  about black funerals. The film brought on a rush of memories of Sunday mornings with my father on Seventh Avenue in Harlem. The owners of the three funeral parlors, … Continue reading

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