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Below you will find links to a few select blogs that have cropped up on Patch sites over the past week. Give them a read and see if any of them inspire you to put down your words in a blog.
Bayside Photography blogger Mike Klubok shares tips for photogs, including why it’s important to have your flash on.
Fort Greene blogger C. Dennard talks aging, and why it’s not something she’s thought of until recently.
Prospect Heights blogger Keith McHenry wants the Mount Prospect Park Flag retired, and where’s why.
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, who has represented New York’s 9th Congressional District since 2007, officially endorsed Laurie Cumbo, 35th District City Council candidate. Congresswoman Clarke’s endorsement follows that of Congressman Hakeem Jeffries Saturday, as well as an unbroken string of union endorsements over the past three months.
The latest community news and updates in the 35th council district from Olanike Alabi.
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