FORT GREENE To complement their new Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Neighborhood & Architectural History Guide, The Brooklyn Historical Society has developed an audio walking tour for the neighborhoods. Downloadable from their site & iTunes by this Friday, it spotlights architectural gems and landmarks like BAM, Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, and the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument. Various neighborhood groups are celebrating with a launch party tonight with audio clips from the tour, lite bites from Madiba, music by Soul Summit, and excerpts of other local documentary works in progress at the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, 7:30.
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Moving your money from a large corporate bank to a credit union is an effective way to vote for your community with your hard-earned dollars. Heres how.
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We’ve planned the ultimate day of wedding planning for couples this Sunday at our 8th annual Wedding Crashers. Here are 7 tips to make the most of your visit (and win some prizes!). 1.Check in is at both 501 Union and The Green Building. Be sure to visit both venues to meet all our fab vendors. […]
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