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🕔10:00, 30.Apr 2015 Read Full Article
Community Questions about… Herbert Von King Park Cultural Arts Center #1

Community Questions about… Herbert Von King Park Cultural Arts Center #1

🕔09:20, 25.Apr 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green Last week, Our Time Press reported the closing of Von King Park Cultural Arts Center. In fact, as reported in local media, there were two closings. The first was the announcement that the center at 670

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Wellsprings of Faith  Kitchen of Faith: The Bridge Street AME Missionary   Free Food Program is Celebrating 25 Years

Wellsprings of Faith Kitchen of Faith: The Bridge Street AME Missionary Free Food Program is Celebrating 25 Years

🕔18:43, 23.Apr 2015

Established 25 years ago, The Bridge Street Missionary Free Food Program has nourished seniors, adults, men, women and children, in the church’s Richard Allen Fellowship Hall with open arms and hearts. Every Wednesday, from 11:00a to 1:30p, the Feeding Program

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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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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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Community Demands City Renew Lease for 966 Fulton Street

Community Demands City Renew Lease for 966 Fulton Street

🕔10:57, 19.Mar 2015

Two dozen toddlers and more than 100 seniors, community advocates and elected officials filled the steps of City Hall on Tuesday calling for the city to immediately sign a renewed lease for 966/972 Fulton Street, affectionately known as 966. After

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Remarks by the President at the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Marches Edmund Pettus Bridge

Remarks by the President at the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Marches Edmund Pettus Bridge

🕔21:39, 11.Mar 2015

2:17 P.M. CST AUDIENCE MEMBER:  We love you, President Obama! THE PRESIDENT:  Well, you know I love you back.  (Applause.)  It is a rare honor in this life to follow one of your heroes.  And John Lewis is one of

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FOLLOWING REPORTS OF FRAUD IN FEMA EVALUATIONS OF SUPERSTORM SANDY DAMAGE, BP ADAMS AND COUNCIL MEMBER TREYGER URGE ALL DENIED BROOKLYNITES TO RESUBMIT FLOOD INSURANCE CLAIMS

FOLLOWING REPORTS OF FRAUD IN FEMA EVALUATIONS OF SUPERSTORM SANDY DAMAGE, BP ADAMS AND COUNCIL MEMBER TREYGER URGE ALL DENIED BROOKLYNITES TO RESUBMIT FLOOD INSURANCE CLAIMS

🕔14:41, 5.Mar 2015

  BROOKLYN, NY, March 2, 2015: Yesterday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and Council Member Mark Treyger, chair of the Committee on Recovery and Resiliency, urged all Brooklynites who suffered property damage during Superstorm Sandy and have been denied or

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Film Festival Initiative a Hit in Brownsville

Film Festival Initiative a Hit in Brownsville

🕔14:29, 5.Mar 2015

On February 28, the 4th Annual Greg “Jocko” Jackson Film Festival, a film and media initiative, was held. The initiative was launched by New York City Council member Darlene Mealy of the 41st District in Brooklyn, in collaboration with a

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