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Category Archives: People in the ‘hood
Architect/Designer/Event designer William DuBose
William DuBose is an architect and designer living in Bed-Stuy. He has his own company, Will DuBose Design. His sophisticated designs which include retail, office, residential, and entertainment spaces are eye candy for anyone who loves to see interiors completely transformed. All of the photos included in this post are of Will’s [...]
Check out this story in The Local about a beautiful Bed-Stuy family that enjoyed a double Father’s Day on Sunday.
Some of the families who are now Bed-Stuy homeowners. Photo credit: Deborah Schwartz
From Habitat for Humanity’s Press Release:
Sixteen hardworking, low-income families recently celebrated their new Habitat for Humanity – New York City homes in Bedford-Stuyvesant, receiving symbolic keys to their affordable condominiums.
The joyous dedication ceremony marked the completion of construction and the 300 hours of “sweat [...]
[ July 11, 2011; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Actor Rob Gaines
Here’s some cool news: Bed Stuy resident Rob Gaines will star in a new sci-fi comedy, Mad Mel and the Marradians. The play will premiere at the Main Stage Theatre (312 West 36th Street in Manhattan) on Monday, July 11 at 6PM at the 2011 Midtown International Theatre Festival for the first of [...]
WNYC Radio’s Know Your Neighbor Series peeks into the life of James Black, a twelve-year-old chess champ from Bed-Stuy. Fantastic stuff!
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This is another one for the record books, in more ways than one. Reports say this storm was the eighth-largest snowfall in city history, the snowiest January on record and the sixth-snowiest winter in city history.
Winter wonderland at Fulton Park.
Cart Before Horse: A driver needs a helping hand after getting stuck in snow on Bainbridge Street, [...]
Two weeks into the new year, we’re all normally focused on sticking to, and moving forward with our new year’s resolutions. While for many of us, that means getting back to a regular schedule at the gym, but for others, it can also mean being freshly motivated to explore new ideas, work on new projects, [...]