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Green Movements Grow in Central Brooklyn Updated

🕔16:19, 2.Dec 2010

Last weekend, November 19-21, the first annual conference to forge food, farming and policy solutions for the Black Community convened at Brooklyn College in New York City, convening farmers, gardeners, activists, students and community leaders from across the nation and

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EMBRACING TREASURES:  THE ART OF SURVIVING

EMBRACING TREASURES: THE ART OF SURVIVING Updated

🕔16:29, 20.Apr 2010

Ten years ago, Our Time Press christened three blocks on Malcolm X Blvd., between Halsey Street and Decatur Street, “Antiques Row.”  Our Time’s effort and intention was to help MXB antiquarians pick up business from the October 1999 “Come On

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THE BEST MAN

THE BEST MAN Updated

🕔14:12, 30.Oct 2009

Bill Thompson was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of hard-working parents, an educator and a judge.   He’s lived almost all of his life in Central Brooklyn. He grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant on Putnam Avenue between Stuyvesant

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