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As Tech Costs Decline, Haitian PirateRadio Thrives

With New York’s usable radio frequencies entirely snatched up, an increasing number of Creole-language radio stations are broadcasting illegally.

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Transit Museum Digs Up Time Capsule, Finds Next to Nothing

After 64 years, the New York Transit Museum dug up a box buried outside the former New York City Transit Authority headquarters in Downtown Brooklyn, only to find that its contents had been ravaged by the elements.

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Inspired by Haitian Spirits, Crown Heights Artist Takes Manhattan

The Agora Gallery in Chelsea will be showcasing the work of Brooklyn-based painter Shakespeare Guirand until mid-October.

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