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Sunday Blogroll

City Council speaker Christine Quinn came to the rescue of a local imam, whose mosque on Frederick Douglass Blvd. and 116th Street was recently closed down due to construction developments (Via NYDN) Closing curtains? Building costs, lack of grant funding leaves … Continue reading

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Harlem Gentrificaion From A Rappers’ Perspective

Recently, Rapper Jim Jones sat down wit TheGrio.com to give his thoughts on being born and raised in Harlem – and how change is a good thing. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy His … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

Mayor Bloomberg Is Setting His Sights On Reviving 125th Street (NYDN) “Mega-developer Scott Metzner, head of Janus Property Company, beat out 16 competitors in the bidding war for one of the biggest projects — converting the dilapidated 280,000-square-foot former Taystee … Continue reading

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UPDATE: Congratulations, Terry!

We’re happy to report that our fearless author cleaned up at the Independent Book Publishers Association awards on May 27, winning both the silver and gold Benjamin Franklin Awards in autobiography/memoir and multicultural writing categories!

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A Major Award!

Our resident author Terry Baker Mulligan has won a Benjamin Franklin silver award in the Multicultural writing category! The award recognizes achievement in independent book publishing and is given by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest non-profit trade association in … Continue reading

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