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The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the original author. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Brooklyn Magazine or its other writers and contributors. To start, I went to Afropunk in 2016- or as I call it, "The Great Disaster of Lauryn Hill." As I recounted a multitude of times during conversation, I sat on a fence with a pole up my seat waiting for an unceremoniously late...
Photography: Ira Yousey Subject: Abigail Hibbs Neighborhood: Crown Heights Occupation: Works in finance at an art gallery Lived in Residence: 2 years Number of Rooms: There are five separate rooms, with a small entryway, and the living room/dining room being one large space. I had originally wanted to find an apartment that had a separate dining room, but I've ended up loving the combined living room/dining room. Roomates: Henri Broyard, partner, who is a painter and freelance art handler Abigail Hibbs and Henri Broyard...
Illustrations by Maddy Price. Follow her at @coolfriendlyman or visit www.maddyprice.com. Many American cities were having a tough time in the late 20th century. The days of a working-class urban center were a fading memory, and virtually the entire country struggled to cope with the change. The 1919 Census of Manufactures showed that the garment industry alone employed over 250,000 New Yorkers in more than 11,000 factories—and that was just counting the businesses in Manhattan....
Let's raise a glass to the bartenders of Brooklyn. They keep our spirits high, our glasses full, and our troubles at the door. In thanks to the people who remind us just how fantastic this city is, we're spotlighting 12 bartenders across the borough to learn about their hidden talents and signature drinks, tips that go beyond tipping, and even hear some of their best bar stories—all for you, presented by Jameson. We thank you...

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