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Master’s Fine Points Noted at Home Going Celebration

Master’s Fine Points Noted at Home Going Celebration

🕔19:29, 16.Apr 2015

For the master preacher, as for the chef and the orchestra conductor, angels perceive and note details. And angels and details were omnipresent at The Concord Baptist Church of Christ in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Monday at the majestic funeral of The

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Our Time AT HOME:  As the Village Sleeps, Changes Come to our Neighborhoods; “Salvation’s Gone”

Our Time AT HOME:  As the Village Sleeps, Changes Come to our Neighborhoods; “Salvation’s Gone”

🕔18:05, 16.Apr 2015

No more going around the corner for a cheap designer blouse in the dusty throes of Quincy Street’s Salvation Army.  It was inevitable: the massive, stone edifice that forms one of the huge, muscled south wings of the cul-de-sac crowned

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Our Time At Home: Getting to the Roots of Bad News … 

Our Time At Home: Getting to the Roots of Bad News … 

🕔18:00, 16.Apr 2015

 The Herbert Von King Park Cultural Arts Center, 670 Lafayette Avenue, is the true nerve center of the North Bed-Stuy community, and gives us seasonal direction.   So it should come as no surprise that many residents are reeling from the news and the reality of

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A Local Legacy Sustained … Bed-Stuy’s Concord Christhouse Clothing Exchange: Giving…Teaching…Loving are Bursting at the Seams

A Local Legacy Sustained … Bed-Stuy’s Concord Christhouse Clothing Exchange: Giving…Teaching…Loving are Bursting at the Seams

🕔20:29, 9.Apr 2015

A Local Legacy Sustained … Bed-Stuy’s Concord Christhouse Clothing Exchange: Giving…Teaching…Loving are Bursting at the Seams The only visible difference between high-end Fifth Avenue stores in Manhattan and the Concord Christhouse Clothing Exchange, located at the Rev. Dr. Gardner C.

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Do NYCHA Residents Have a Prayer?

Do NYCHA Residents Have a Prayer?

🕔23:33, 2.Apr 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green The residents of the Eleanor Roosevelt Houses will not have a Happy Easter this year.  And their Mother’s Day may take a hit, too.    On March 14 at around 7:30pm, one ER resident was in the

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Calendar

Calendar

🕔21:16, 5.Mar 2015

(compiled by Legacy Ventures) THIS WEEKEND Saturday, March 7 5:30-8:00pm: Wellness Art Exhibition. Interfaith Medical Center, 1545 Atlantic Ave., Curator: Danny Simmons. 9:00pm and 10:30pm: Sistas’ Place launches its Women’s History Month presentations with The Golden Voice of Mali, Awa

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The Calendar

The Calendar

🕔18:16, 26.Feb 2015

(Compiled by Legacy Ventures for Our Time Press) TODAY Thursday, February 26 6:30pm: Hidden Brooklyn: African Art Collection. Over 40-plus years, Brooklynite Eric Edwards has amassed one of America’s largest private collections of African art and artifacts. Artist and African

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The Calendar

The Calendar

🕔20:24, 19.Feb 2015

(Compiled by+ Legacy Ventures for Our Time Press) TODAY Thursday, February 19 5:30pm: Arrival Time! Special Edition of Night Talk Live with Bob Law panel discussion: Is it Ethnic Cleansing? Participants: Dorothy Pitman Hughes, Rev. Calvin Butts, Walter Edwards, Damon

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NAUW Brooklyn Branch Hosts March 1st Program Celebrating Black History and Women’s History Months and its milestone 60th Year

NAUW Brooklyn Branch Hosts March 1st Program Celebrating Black History and Women’s History Months and its milestone 60th Year

🕔14:44, 16.Feb 2015

Roxana Walker-Canton, Award-Winning Documentary-Maker and Installation Artist, is Guest Speaker BROOKLYN, NY – On Sunday, March 1st, from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, the National Association of University Women (NAUW) Brooklyn Branch will host its annual celebration of Black History

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The Calendar

The Calendar

🕔21:07, 12.Feb 2015

(Compiled by Legacy Ventures) TODAY Thursday, February 12 6:30 p.m.: “From Dapper to Dope: The Exquisite and Enduring Style of Harlem Men.” As a prelude to New York Fashion Week and Black History Month salute, MAD Free & Schomburg Center

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