Monthly Archives: September 2013

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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A History of Book Club Reading Lists, 1984-1995

I’ve been in my book club since 1974; this was before the book club craze took off. In 1984, I began writing down the names of our selections on little slips of paper that I kept in my wallet. A … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

Harlem As A Reality Show? Yes, Says OWN. NY Times Magazines Explores Vinateria, A New Restaurant Opened On Frederick Douglass Boulevard The Fire Watchtower in Marcus Garvey Park Is Preparing To Undergo A $4 Million Renovation From NYDN: “The cast-iron … Continue reading

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