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Monday, July 10, 2006

Hip-Hop Museum and other things on a busy Monday

This is what I am talking about… 

The New York City Council has allocated $1.5 million in funding to construct a Hip-Hop museum in the Bronx, New York. Spearheaded by City Council member Larry Seabrook, the museum will trace Hip-Hop from its origins in the 1970's and be used as a forum to educate future generations about Hip-Hop culture. The new museum is part of a community center and housing development project that is being built by the nonprofit Northeast Bronx Redevelopment Corporation. The project is reportedly to consist of several floors of low-to moderate-income housing with a gymnasium, a small theater, a recording studio, and the museum.


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