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Home-School: Creating Leverage in the 91% Space

I am fortunate to have inherited a program whose brilliance revealed itself to me over time, quietly at first. It was easy to see that it was good. 719 more words

2 Stabbed In Front Of Williamsburg Public Housing Building

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Two young men were stabbed Tuesday evening in outside a public housing building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Police around 6:15 p.m. said a 21-year-old man was stabbed in the neck, and an 18-year-old man was stabbed in the chest, in front of the Williams Plaza public housing development building at 225 Division Ave. 25 more words


Roosevelt Terrace: The Community that Never Was

Once there was a plan to build a sprawling state-subsidized, mixed-income community, known as Roosevelt Terrace, alongside the South Mall Arterial and within the 98 acres seized by the State.* All that remains of that plan is a stripped-down version of the senior apartment complex, South Mall Towers on South Pearl Street. 654 more words

Berlin: Still Sexy But Not So Poor: What is the future of affordable housing?

Berlin is known as a dynamic city with reasonable costs of living compared to other European capitals.  Because of this reputation, Berlin’s population over the last decade grew while inflicting new pressures on the increasingly tight housing market.  1,434 more words

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Federal Agency To End Management Of Detroit's Public Housing

DETROIT (AP) — The federal government says it’s ending 10 years of management of Detroit’s public housing system and restoring it to local control.

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Note: This rough draft essay is a portion of the future essay, The Technological Dimensions of Basketball, that will appear in my forthcoming book, Technical Enframing.  3,109 more words

Councilwoman Raises Concerns About 'Blocs' of Asians Moving Into NYCHA

Brooklyn Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo today said that a number of her constituents “don’t understand” the growing population of Asians moving into public housing units in her district. 634 more words