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March 2, 2001

THE EBONY SOCIETY HOSTS THEIR NINTH ANNUAL LIGHT OF THE WORLD AWARDS CEREMONY

On Thursday, February 15, 2001, the Ebony Society Black History Committee staged their...

February 28, 2001

TRAFFIC STOPS FOR ST. MARKS AVENUE SUPERBLOCK PARK

Like most city streets, the center strip of St. Marks Avenue in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn...

February 23, 2001

BROOKLYN CULTURAL BLITZ

Between the Prospect Park Alliance, the Lefferts Homestead, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens,...

February 21, 2001

STUDENTS OF CENTRAL PARK GRADUATE FROM A FIRST SEMESTER

From February 5 to February 16, 2001 Central Park was filled with students, also known as...

February 20, 2001

A FIELD DAY FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN IN BROOKLYN AND NATIONWIDE

In one room the connection between neighborhood recreation and professional sports, between...

February 16, 2001

PARKS REMEMBERS MAYOR BEAME

Friday, February 9, 2001 Abraham D. Beame , Mayor of New York from 1974 to 1977, died at...

February 15, 2001

HISTORY UNVEILED: A NEW SIGN IN CENTRAL PARK TELLS THE STORY OF SENECA VILLAGE

Central Park has a compelling story and it begins before Frederick Law Olmsted and...

February 12, 2001

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF PARKS ANNUAL AWARDS!

Christopher P. (Boswell Croswell) Osgood , Rookie of the Year: BC became a Parkie on July...

February 6, 2001

PERSONAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE CELEBRATED IN EBONACEA

February 1 was the first day of Black History Month and the first day of celebration at...

February 5, 2001

PRAIRIE DOGS COMMAND THE SPOTLIGHT— IF NOT THE SUN

That groudhogs most accurately predict the coming of spring is a myth. Commissioner Henry...

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