Harlem Bank Heist on 125th st

“Unjust means irredeemably corrupt all ends no matter how noble”-Arthur Koestler In the early 19th century,Hong Kong was a tiny fishing village.Three men,all from Scotland, were largely responsible for the transformation of this backwater into one of the largest,and most dynamic cities of the 20th and 21st century.After the breakup of the monopoly of the […]

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Sudden Death Chapter 1

The year was 2034. In early spring an alarming rumour of a strange new illness had begun to spread.Most people ignored the news much like they did with AIDS in the1980’s and bird flu at the turn of the century.Soon however it became impossible to ignore,since the rate of incidents was increasing at an astounding […]

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Hippocratic Hypocrisy

There is a large doctor’s office on East 65th st.Anytime you go, there are crowds of people.The 2 main doctor’s there Yaffe and Ruden are rarely seen.They are men,but most of the other doctor’s are women.I hardly ever go to a doctor but I got lime disease twice last summer so I needed to take […]

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How much is a subway ride? The long answer.

Should the subway be free? Most people would laugh at the concept.Primarily, because of some preconceived ideas of economics.”How would we run a subway system if it was free?”In the same way we could ask “How could we afford abolishing the inheritance tax?”The cost of that little gem would be about $50 billion…per year.This would […]

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Wedding Room Space Rental in Harlem

Yes we have event space at Sugar Hill Harlem Inn for rent.This is the entire ground floor of the townhouse.This room is used for small functions such as weddings, showers, parties, poetry and play readings,also meetings and conferences. There is a fireplace. There are 2 sofas and a large round table that can be used […]

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Crackheads are people too

Back in the 80’s when I was a street vendor,the “crack epidermic” began.Starting in South Central, Los Angeles it sped across, the length of the country like run away freight train.Astonished New Yorkers looked at each other in bewilderment,unable to understand how this scourge could envelop the country with the veracity of a smallpox epidemic.Invading […]

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Check in and check out times

The check in time is 1pm and the check out is 11am.You can always come here if you arrive in town early and if your room is ready you can take it and if not you can leave your bags.We have a large reception room with computers and a kitchen that you are welcome to […]

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Parking Violations in Disarray??

Back in the 80’s when I owned a few small trucks,I never paid the parking tickets believing that since I did not deserve them that they would somehow magically go away.Of course eventually I got towed and it ended up costing me more.In some cases much more, and in fact,once a radiator had to be […]

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Extra Beds

Can you put extra beds in the rooms?Yes we can put 2 extra beds in some of the rooms.There is an exrta charge of $25 per night for this extra bed(s).

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Airport transportation

How do I get from JFK?It costs $60 to take a cab from JFK or you can take the supershuttleIf you don’t have too much luggage and stairs are your thing,You can take the Air Train to Howard beach and then take the A train to W 145th st.($7) We are a 5 minute walk […]

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