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Let’s Talk About African Food: A New Book ‘In Bibi’s Kitchen’ Brings Together Flavors & Stories
Food & Drink

Let’s Talk About African Food: A New Book ‘In Bibi’s Kitchen’ Brings Together Flavors & Stories

Author of ‘In Bibi’s Kitchen,’ Hawa Hassan lives in Fort Greene. Credit: Liz Clayman.‘In Bibi’s Kitchen,’ [https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/606399/in-bibis-kitchen-by-hawa-hassan-with-julia-turshen/] a book by Fort Greene resident Hawa Hassan, grandmothers – and their cooking – weave together recipes and stories from eight different East African countries connected

Report: With or without Industry City rezoning, Sunset Park has a housing crisis
affordable housing

Report: With or without Industry City rezoning, Sunset Park has a housing crisis

As City Councilmember Carlos Menchaca faces off with developers and his own colleagues [/is-the-industry-city-rezoning-doa/] over the plan to rezone Industry City, affordable housing advocates warn that the rising rents, gentrification and displacement that the plan’s opponents fear it could bring to the neighborhood are already well underway thanks to

Man Detained By ICE In Violent Brooklyn Raid Is Free Pending Deportation Hearing
Bensonhurst

Man Detained By ICE In Violent Brooklyn Raid Is Free Pending Deportation Hearing

Gaspar Avendaño-Hernández was released from ICE custody during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Courtesy of Cruz FamilyBy Claudia Irizarry Aponte, Originally published in THE CITY [https://thecity.nyc/2020/04/man-detained-by-ice-in-violent-raid-is-free-pending-hearing.html] on April 2, 2020 A Brooklyn man targeted in a February Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid in which he

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