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Our Time AT HOME:  As the Village Sleeps, Changes Come to our Neighborhoods;

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 at Quincy’s west end by the former castle mystery, now luxury high-rise-elect, is going, going gone […]readmore

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CURTIS "COOKIE" RODGERS PASSES

Loving, kind and funny are some of the words local residents are saying to describe Curtis “Cookie” Rodgers who passed away on Sunday, November 20.  He was in his mid-50s. His friends, family, coworkers and customers describe him as friendly, community-oriented, uplifting, humorous, and a big-hearted man with a smile on his face always. A […]readmore

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EMBRACING TREASURES: THE ART OF SURVIVING

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 Home to Bedford-Stuyvesant” Brownstone Tour.  It did. Within two years, the corridor had extended from […]readmore