Original Air Date: 9/27/2010On this episode of Brooklyn Review: Bed-Stuy’s Project Regeneration, Inc. has enlisted teens to keep the community clean as they earn money and gain valuable experience; The Brooklyn Book Festival just turned the page on its 5th year, attracting authors and book lovers from around the world; The controversial policing tactic called “Stop, Question, Frisk” is in the crosshairs of community residents and civil liberties activists alike and one Brooklyn neighborhood has emerged as the epicenter of the crisis; The Stars of New York Dance has some of Brooklyn’s most esteemed public figures (Councilwoman Letitia James and Daily News’ Errol Louis, for example) tightening their tutus and learning the tango—all for the benefit of raising money for local dance scholarships; In Bay Ridge, the owner of Hom boutique and cafe on Third Ave is serving up hope (and a free meal) to his loyal customers feeling the pressure of unemployment; This summer, Crown Heights said goodbye to a legendary community gathering spot: it’s the last call at The Starlite Lounge.From Brooklyn Independent Television's Brooklyn Review. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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