Tag: Brooklyn

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Rawia Bishara and Ousila Rafai: Serving Up a Labor of Love

A veteran restauranteur in conversation with a young food entrepreneur.

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Callaloo and Collard Greens: Caribbean Women Farm Central Brooklyn

How community gardens are helping to transform Brooklyn neighborhoods.

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Growing up Lesbian and Trinidadian in Crown Heights

Natoya Nicholas has been harassed and discriminated against since she came out as a lesbian, especially by other Caribbean natives.

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A First for New York – Mexican-American Headed to City Council

Carlos Menchaca made history this week, beating incumbent Sara González.

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Photo Project Helps Latino Immigrants Bridge Generation Gap

A new exhibit features photos by Latino parents and their children.

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Audio postcard: An Irish Pub in the Heart of Brooklyn’s 8th Avenue Chinatown

Listen to the sounds of Brooklyn’s Soccer Tavern, an 84-year-old bar with deep immigrant roots.

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The Picasso of Mauritania Takes a Turn in New York

Artist Djibril Ngawa Ba makes abstract paintings inspired by dreams of rural Mauritania.

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French-Vietnamese DJ Works to Expand Jamaican Sound System Culture in New York

DJ Quoc Pham has built a tower of sound that will shake you to your core.

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NY’s Syrian Jewish Community, Small but Growing in Influence

Syrian Jews in New York are coming together to grow their community and preserve their culture.