Sugar Hill commonly refers to Sugar Hill, Manhattan, a section of Harlem, New York City, New York, US. The term may also refer to:
- Sugar Hill in Modoc National Forest, California
- Sugar Hill, Georgia
- Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
- Sugar Hill Historic District (Detroit, Michigan)
- Sugar Hill (1994 film), a drama starring Wesley Snipes as drug dealer Roemello Skuggs
- Sugar Hill (1974 film), a blaxploitation horror movie, later edited for TV and retitled The Zombies of Sugar Hill
- Sugar Hill Records, a label whose artists include Nickel Creek and Chris Hillman
- Sugar Hill Records (rap), an early hip hop label, whose artists included The Sugarhill Gang
- SugarHill Recording Studios - Houston, Texas
- "Sugar Hill", written and sung by Dolly Parton on her album Halos & Horns
- Sugar Hill (1995 song), a hip hop song by rapper AZ on his album Doe or Die
Other articles related to "sugar hill, hill":
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... Sugar Hill Records is an American bluegrass and Americana record label ... Poss acquired full control of Sugar Hill in 1980 and owned the label until 1998, when he sold it to the Welk Music Group, owner of Vanguard Records ... Sugar Hill remained in Durham until 2007, when Poss moved the label to Nashville, Tennessee ...
... Sugar Hill is a historic district in the northern part of of the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem in the New York City borough of Manhattan ... Reflective of the "sweet life" there, Sugar Hill featured rowhouses for such prominent African Americans as W ... There are big apartment houses up on the hill, Sugar Hill, and up by City College -- nice high-rent-houses with elevators and doormen, where Canada Lee lives, and W ...
Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or sugar:
“Who knows but this hill may one day be a Helvellyn, or even a Parnassus, and the Muses haunt here, and other Homers frequent the neighboring plains?... It was a place where gods might wander, so solemn and solitary, and removed from all contagion with the plain.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“They give us a pair of cloth shorts twice a year for all our clothing. When we work in the sugar mills and catch our finger in the millstone, they cut off our hand; when we try to run away, they cut off our leg: both things have happened to me. It is at this price that you eat sugar in Europe.”
—Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (16941778)