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Events  in Central Brooklyn & Beyond

Events in Central Brooklyn & Beyond

🕔13:58, 20.Sep 2013

TODAY!! September 19 7:00pm: The HON. JACQUELINE A. BERRIEN, Chair, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, leads this year’s Thurgood Marshall Forum: Civil Rights Law in the Age of President Obama.  Issues to be covered:  Trayvon Martin, Voter Rights, status of

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What’s Happening: April 14-30  14th ANNUAL CENTRAL BROOKLYN JAZZ FESTIVAL

What’s Happening: April 14-30 14th ANNUAL CENTRAL BROOKLYN JAZZ FESTIVAL

🕔11:04, 13.Apr 2013

Apr 12, 8 PM – Dr. Mambo and the Experience Ensemble, The Gallery, 293 Van Duzer St., Staten Island, NY, $20-advance, info: 917.929.4254, www.drmambo.com Apr 12, 9-1:00 AM – Kathy Farmer, BrownstoneJAZZ, 107 Macon St. @ Nostrand Ave., $20, info:

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Calendar 8/30/12

Calendar 8/30/12

🕔12:38, 30.Aug 2012

THIS WEEKEND! Thur., Aug. 30th To raise awareness about HIV in the African-American community, The Watchful Eye joins Xtra Mile Mindset to host “The Red Party” at the Brooklyn Terrace Rooftop Lounge. The evening will be filled with live performances,

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Calendar by Bo April 12, 2012

Calendar by Bo April 12, 2012

🕔09:14, 12.Apr 2012

Milestones GIL NOBLE: Mr. Noble’s Home Going service will be tonight, Thursday, April 12th, 7-10pm.  The funeral service will be tomorrow, Friday, April 13th at 10am. The Abyssinian Baptist Church, 132 Odell Clark Pl.(formerly 138th St.), New York. 10030, Tel:

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CALENDAR by Bo

🕔09:31, 7.Apr 2012

April Earth Month, Jazz Appreciation, Poetry, Sakura Matsui, Easter CelebrationsArts, Culture, Lifestyle Art Exhibitions Through Sunday, April 8@3p: DORSEY ART GALLERY, the oldest continuously active black-owned art gallery in New York City, opens The 2+2 Art Show. 553 Rogers Avenue,

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Calendar by Bo  March 22, 2012

Calendar by Bo March 22, 2012

🕔06:14, 22.Mar 2012

Catch this Bus! Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Emily Mann (center) and starring, from left, Wood Harris (Mitch), Nicole Ari Parker (Blanche), Daphne Rubin-Vega (Stella) and Blair Underwood (Stanley). Previews start Tuesday, April 3 for a 16-week

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🕔08:56, 18.Mar 2012

Anniversaries Sunday, March 18 4:00p- The Committee to Eliminate Media Offensive to African People (CEMOTAP) Celebrates 25 Years. Black Spectrum Theater/177th St. & Baisley Blvd. 718-322-8454.Free Admission. Arts Friday, March 16 8:00pm & 10pm (two shows): CYNTHIA HOLIDAY QUINTET in

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International African Arts Fest Bigger and Better

🕔11:22, 23.Jun 2011

Besides celebrating our country’s independence during the July 4th weekend, the date also marks the 40th year of the International African Arts Festival. The event is a four-day festival slated to start at 10 am Friday, July 1st at Commodore

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Uptown Dance Academy’s “Black Nutcracker” To Offer More Gifts Than Meets the Eye at The Apollo in Harlem, December 16

🕔12:04, 9.Dec 2010

When the Apollo Theatre’s thick velvet burgundy curtains rise for The 15th Annual Black Nutcracker/Uptown Dance Academy gala presentation, on Thursday, December 16 in Harlem, the audience will experience a grand and beautiful display of genius in action, grace in

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AFRICAN ATHLETES WIN BIG AT THE ING NEW YORK CITY MARATHON RACE

AFRICAN ATHLETES WIN BIG AT THE ING NEW YORK CITY MARATHON RACE

🕔16:26, 11.Nov 2010

Seven Runners Score in Top Ten Combined Men’s & Women’s Categories THE BIG WIN There are wins based on besting others. There are wins based on personal best. There are wins determined by endurance and going the distance. Then there

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