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Ed Bullins’ “The Fabulous Miss Marie,” starring Tonya Pinkins  and Roscoe Orman, takes final bow this weekend!  Tickets Available!

Ed Bullins’ “The Fabulous Miss Marie,” starring Tonya Pinkins and Roscoe Orman, takes final bow this weekend! Tickets Available! Updated

🕔13:56, 16.May 2014

    By Bernice Elizabeth Green   The 1960’s for Black Americans is alive and well on and off Broadway in three different productions, but it’s “The Fabulous Miss Marie,” directed by Woodie King, Jr. we wanted to see first.

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Our Time AT HOME  Brooklyn Sacred Sites on-view

Our Time AT HOME Brooklyn Sacred Sites on-view Updated

🕔13:51, 16.May 2014

Landmarks Conservancy’s “Sacred Sites Open House Weekend” introduces Ecclesiastical Architecture & Art at Historic Institutions on Saturday, May 17 & Sunday, May 18 New Yorkers travel around the world to experience beautiful religious art and architecture, and some of the

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Children’s March for Black History in Schools Updated

🕔13:46, 16.May 2014

Come join student leaders of Boys & Girls HS and their supporters in a Children’s March for Black History in Schools. At 11:00am on Saturday, May 17th, we will gather at Borough Hall steps, 209 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, NY, and

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Growing chorus of City Council Members Demand NYCHA Centers stay open

Growing chorus of City Council Members Demand NYCHA Centers stay open Updated

🕔13:44, 16.May 2014

  By Stephen Witt City Council members with large amounts of public housing developments in their district vowed this week to ensure the de Blasio Administration doesn’t shutter 57 NYCHA-operated Community and Senior Centers that will lose their funding on

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World Community Galvanizes Against Emboldened Boko Haram Terrorists Updated

🕔13:41, 16.May 2014

By Mary Alice Miller Nigeria has offered $300,000US for information leading to the return of almost 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram. In response, Abubakar Shekau, leader of the Boko Haram, has released a video saying he

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Tompkins Houses Community  Center Slated for Closing

Tompkins Houses Community Center Slated for Closing Updated

🕔09:44, 10.May 2014

By Stephen Witt Tompkins Houses residents, still reeling from a recent incident in which a 14-year-old youth (from the NYCHA development) shot an innocent man to death in a gang-related incident aboard a B15 bus, now worry that their community

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Bed-Stuy Agrees: Throw Racist NBA Owner out of Basketball

Bed-Stuy Agrees: Throw Racist NBA Owner out of Basketball Updated

🕔11:53, 2.May 2014

    By Stephen Witt Bedford-Stuyvesant’s court of public opinion stood squarely behind National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver’s decision of a lifetime ban on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from all NBA games and ownership operations. People interviewed

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Passings:

Passings: Updated

🕔11:51, 2.May 2014

  Paul Robeson, Jr. Dies at 86. By Natelege Whaley Paul Robeson, Jr., activist and author, died on Saturday at the age of 86 in Jersey City, New Jersey. He suffered from lymphoma, according to his daughter. Robeson was the

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Our Time Press congratulates “BERNIE’S GLASS  SHOP” on its 60th year  Family business, born May 12, 1954, nurtured and raised on Fulton Street

Our Time Press congratulates “BERNIE’S GLASS SHOP” on its 60th year Family business, born May 12, 1954, nurtured and raised on Fulton Street

🕔11:44, 2.May 2014

Inside Bed-Stuy – Fulton Street In Celebration of May Small Business Month … “My father took me on jobs as early as when I could lift a hammer and get on a ladder,” recalled Jerome Glass in a NY Daily

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Our Time Press Exclusive Interview with New NYCHA Boss Shola Olatoye

Our Time Press Exclusive Interview with New NYCHA Boss Shola Olatoye Updated

🕔11:43, 2.May 2014

  By Stephen Witt Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pick to head the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) public housing faced several hundred residents of public housing in City Council member Laurie Cumbo’s district this week at the Ingersoll Community

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