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Richard Gambino, a retired professor, grew up in Red Hook in the 1950s.  Interviewed by oral historian Shannon Geis in 2013, he recalls it as a close-knit Italian immigrant commumity.  He talks of the customs and traditons of the waterfront...

A description of the distribution of Italian population in Brooklyn, 1903 ...New York has more Italian residents than the entire population of either Venice or Florence and half as many as the entire population of Rome. In Brooklyn alone there are...

The maritime language is an international language, which helped foster the following art. One day in November 2017, a man came down the pier and saw our sign about volunteering. He introduced himself saying "I’m a captain in Rome." Federico...

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The area between Erie Basin and Columbia Street was home to a makeshift shantytown community known as Tin City, made up largely of unemployed and under-employed maritime workers in the 1920s and 30s. In the winter of 1932, the Brooklyn Eagle...

Jam'It Bistro offers traditional Jamaican dishes, Irie Soul dishes, and Italian Fusion .  Opend February 2019. Monday - Saturday 10am - 9pm Sunday 11am to 8pm  367 Columbia Street Brooklyn, NY 11231 Ph: 929.298.0074 Ph: 929.298.0075 Fax:...

Street address: 367 Columbia Street Brooklyn, NY 11231

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