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Creative Brooklynites Gather at Forum

Thursday, March 06, 2008

The artists, architects and others like them who live in Brooklyn now account for $500 millio in income per year.

Two organizations held a forum yesterday at the borough's central library on how to keep the so-called creative sector growing.

WNYC's Matthew Schuerman was there.

OUTRO: The forum was sponsored by the Center for an Urban Future and the Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation.

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