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Trinidadian Neighborhood Tour 2: Roy Pierre's J'Ouvert Mas Camp The legendary Roy Pierre describes his 2008 presentation for the daybreak pre-carnival celebration J'Ouvert (a contraction of the French jour ouvert meaning beginning of the day). Mr. Pierre, now 62 years old, has been participating in the West Indian Mas ...
Trinidadian Neighborhood Tour 3: The New Generation Mas Camp Kathyann Hernandez, leader of the New Generation mas camp, prepares for the annual West Indian Carnival and Parade in Brooklyn. Hernandez is dedicated to immersing young people in the masquerade tradition. Her band of youngsters has won the top "Kiddies ...
Flushing Neighborhood Tour 1: Growing Up Chinese Alvin Eng tells tales of growing up in Flushing:
As a child, my parents ran a Chinese Hand Laundry at 29-10 Union Street in Flushing. We were one of a handful of Chinese/Asian families living there. By the time I ...
Flushing Neighborhood Tour 2: Childhood in a Chinese American Hand Laundry Alvin Eng tells tales of growing up in Flushing:
As a child, my parents ran a Chinese Hand Laundry at 29-10 Union Street in Flushing. We were one of a handful of Chinese/Asian families living there. By the time I ...
The Mary Mack-a-thon This Mary Mack-a-thon is an excerpt from Let’s Get the Rhythm, directed by Irene Chagall and coproduced with City Lore and Public Art Films. The hour-long documentary tells a powerful, engaging, and poignant story about women’s lives by chronicling girls’ ...
David Sharps of the Waterfront Museum - Waterfront Heroes One of the last on the water, the Lehigh Valley Barge #79 was built in 1914 for the railroads that worked in the Port of New York. The barge managed to survive the mid-20th century replacement of lighters with container ...
North Oyster Bay Baymen's Association - Waterfront Heroes Baymen have harvested shellfish in Oyster Bay and neighboring harbors starting with the Native Americans in pre-colonial times. A small but dedicated group of shellfish diggers continues these traditions, using the same techniques as those of previous generations. As bayman ...
South Shore Bay House Owners Association - Waterfront Heroes Bay House owners are a unique group of survivors who have battled government and Mother Nature, preserving a way of life that is rare on Long Island. Baymen and fishermen have worked the waters of Long Island’s south shore for ...

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