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06
Feb
2017

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.

The displays will lead passersby through the history of the neighborhood’s most famous period of music, art, dance and literature — the Harlem Renaissance — from 114th to 122nd streets along the boulevard.

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