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Bed-Stuy in photos

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With my trip(s) to Bed-Stuy, I set a new record for photos: nearly 250! Here are more.

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Seeing the fruits of restoration in Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy was too big for one trip, so I made two – including one on a Sunday morning. Continue reading

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Bed-Stuy: a very brief history

“Senator, we have been studied, examined, sympathized with, and planned for. What we need now is action.” – community leader to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, 1966 Bedford-Stuyvesant has a rich past, but most notable is its present: it’s one of … Continue reading

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Week fourteen: Bedford-Stuyvesant

… more familiarly known as Bed-Stuy, home of that boy Biggie. My friend Ted, who accompanied me on my very first trip┬áback in March, made the selection.

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