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School Bus Service May Be Disrupted by Strike

By Lori Gross | Bed-Stuy Patch The City is warning parents of the “strong possibility” of an immediate strike affecting all yellow school bus service. The strike would impact over 152,000 students, according to the Department of Education. “The bus drivers’ union has told us that if the bid does not include an Employee Protection Provision—a […]

Art “On the Fence”

Local artists showcase their talent at the 2011 Fulton Art Fair By C. Zawadi Morris |Email the author |August 13, 2011 The Fulton Art Fair was formed in 1958 to exhibit, promote and publish fine and performing arts in the city and state of New York. The annual art exhibit “On the Fence” is an […]

MLK Concert Series Kicks off

By C. Zawadi Morris | Bed-Stuy Patch The Martin Luther King, Jr. Concert Series kicked off today with a stellar concert lineup of performances that will be held every Monday night through August 22, 7:30pm at Wingate Park in Crown Heights. Maze, featuring Fankie Beverly will lead the first of several free concerts in Wingate Park […]

Pink, Blue or Other?

From Bed-StuyPatch.com | Article by Sung Bin Park | Email the author | June 23, 2011 Before I gave birth to my daughter, I swore I would never dress her in pink or frilly flowers or overly girly ensembles– partly because I resented the omnipresent pink tones that clouded every baby girl related product out […]

Passport Facility Now at Brooklyn Public Library

BPL will be the first library in all of New York City to offer such a service. By C. Zawadi Morris | Email the author | May 28, 2011 The list of reasons to never travel to Manhattan seems to keep growing and growing for residents of Central Brooklyn. Now, even getting a U.S. passport […]

On the 90th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Riots

Article from the BedStuyPatch.com The story of Black Wall Street has been all but erased—not only from U.S. history books—but also from much of America’s memory By C. Zawadi Morris | Email the author | May 30, 2011 Wall Street is synonymous worldwide with commerce, wealth and power. However, very few can say they’ve ever […]