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People would have bars in their basements — these 50-year-old women would have bars, would sell food.
” The real fear that was expressed to me when I moved here was not necessarily about gentrification. And a lot of other people have seen them, including Brother’s son, Jamie. There’s Ada Youngblood, who used to own the house in the ’50s.
There’s a weird trickster ghost that is actually kind of terrifying that is in a bedroom where a friend of mine used to stay.
[My friend] woke up in the middle of the night once and saw these two 19th-century boys playing with a ball in the center of his room.
And then he saw me as a ghost, as an old lady hovering above him, screaming. Spike Lee—who grew up nearby, in Fort Greene—shot on Stuyvesant Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street, beefing up the block with artificial façades during filming.
It was that people on this block had been here their whole lives, had created the neighborhood, took care of each other, and trusted one another. They wanted people to come, buy homes, stay, and raise families here, as everyone else had done. Doc is one of the most charismatic people I’ve ever met and my best friend in the neighborhood. He’s really into African history and African-American history, Egyptian stuff, Swahili. and an interesting character, but he didn’t get along with the neighbors. She doesn’t like it when we do construction projects.
They didn’t like people coming and going, because they’re not going to put in time. When you talk to him, you try to place him: “Was he a famous rapper in the early ’90s? She shows her displeasure by walking back and forth on the third floor really fast — clop, clop, clop, clop, kind of angry.
There’s Henry, Arthur’s brother, who’s this really calming, nurturing presence, who kind of looks in on you every once in a while.
He spends most of his time in the third-floor closet.
There were all these nice old ladies dressed up going to church. And then when I got here, I was like, “Oh, this is New York.
I grew up in Northern California, and and Sesame Street sort of represented New York to me, but I didn’t realize that was Bed-Stuy.
This is what I was looking for.” I almost burst into tears I was so happy.
In some ways, I feel like there was a lot more going on in the neighborhood then.