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“We Live in Brooklyn, Baby”

Several weeks ago I attended the Roy Ayers concert at SummerStage (here’s the live performance) in Central Park. It was a gorgeous evening, with a crowd that probably represented six of the seven continents. When Ayers played Harry Whitaker‘s song, … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with my scrapbook?

The library at BHS is lucky enough to have a great team of interns working on all kinds of projects from answering your reference questions to scanning historic images to cataloging archival collections. Today we’ll hear from Katy Christensen, who … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with my scrapbook?

The library at BHS is lucky enough to have a great team of interns working on all kinds of projects from answering your reference questions to scanning historic images to cataloging archival collections. Today we’ll hear from Katy Christensen, who … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Dodgers on WNYC

If you missed the Forever Blue event at BHS on March 21st, you can listen to it here on WNYC: Join Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael D’Antonio with Peter O’Malley, president of the Los Angeles Dodgers 1970 – 1998, and Richard … Continue reading

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