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Harlem Window Displays Celebrate Holidays and History | NY City News Service
nycnewsLOOKING BACK: Storefronts along along Frederick Douglass Boulevard feature scenes from the Harlem Renaissance, paying tribute to jazz and literary heroes, including Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Langston Hughes.
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line750Harlem Holiday Windows Show Celebrates 1920s Renaissance | NY1
ny1-stillIt’s something new this Christmas season decorated store windows — in Harlem. Businesses along one of Harlem’s busiest streets are featuring elaborate window displays that showcase the community’s rich history. NY1’s Roger Clark reports.
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 Harlem Storefronts Light Up with Seasonal History Lesson  | DNAinfo
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HARLEM — You don’t have to go downtown this year to see storefronts transformed into seasonal wonderlands. A series of holiday window displays will light up Frederick Douglass Boulevard to add some holiday cheer for shoppers.
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Magic holiday windows will be unveiled in Harlem today | Time Out NY
time-out-grouttChristmas cheer is spreading across the city, and Harlem is the next neighborhood getting drenched in twinkly lights and tons of tinsel. After it gets lit tonight, add it as the next stop on your Christmas window display bucket list.
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Harlem organizations partner with FIT to present Harlem Holiday Windows | Harlem Gal
harlemgalMove over Fifth Avenue, Harlem is getting into the holiday windows game. Spanning the corridor of Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 114th and the 122nd streets, eight Harlem businesses will display windows designed and executed by fifteen students from the Fashion Institute of Technology’s (FIT) Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design (VPED) BFA program.
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Harlem Holiday Windows | Mommy Poppins
harlemgalSpanning the corridor of Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 114th and the 122nd streets, eight Harlem businesses will display windows designed and executed by fifteen students from Fashion Institute of Technology’s (FIT) Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design (VPED) BFA program. These window displays will depict holiday-themed scenes from the Harlem Renaissance.
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