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Whatever Happened to Our Black Neighborhoods?

Something tragic happened to the old black neighborhoods where I grew up in the 60’s. In those days, most of the businesses up and down 31st and 35th Streets, from King Dr. (South Park) to Michigan were owned by our neighbors. There was a drycleaner and a hardware store, both owned by the parents of kids I went to school with. The Griffins owned the funeral home on 33rd Street.

On warm summer mornings, we’d sit on the stomp in front of our house and watch the watermelon man go by on his horsedrawn wagon,

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Top 10 Myths About Baby Boomers

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Interesting revelations surfaced when NBC’s Matt Lauer met with the AARP’s Mark Kitchen to dispel general myths about today’s 77 million Baby Boomers. Revelations include, baby boomers are staying engaged in life with many boomers involved in up to ten different activities.

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