Harlem Chief Executive Officer Roland Laird. "It is an honor to have him with us for this very special signing event and I'm excited about establishing a relationship with Hue-Man."
Wade wrote his book after being awarded custody of his two boys in March 2011. He ultimately wanted it to showcase the regular life of the eight-time NBA all-star. Harlem will be an exciting addition to the Harlem community when it fully opens late in September. Located in the Kalahari Condominiums on 116th Street near Lenox Avenue, it will host a 130 seat restaurant and three intimate theaters that will present the best film, live music, spoken word, comedy and plays from Black and Latino culture. Harlem, or to reserve tickets online for the special Dwyane Wade book signing event at 6:00 pm on September 5, please visit http://www.mistharlem.com or http://www.huemanbookstore.com.
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