3 minutes | Mar 13, 2020

Red Hook, Brooklyn, before the Gentrification

On a beautiful spring day in the mid 1990s, I meandered the streets of Red Hook, when it was still a rundown Brooklyn neighborhood. I met its first art gallery owner, and the two longshoremen who ventured inside. This is one of my favorite stories for WNYC TV, the PBS station I worked for in Manhattan. (This station too is now history.) Let me know what you think! Click here (2:30 minutes) to listen! The post Red Hook, Brooklyn, before the Gentrification appeared first on ThoughtCast®.
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