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When the Lights Come Up in the City: Bayview Strong

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When the Lights Come Up in the City: Bayview Strong

In Here/Say’s series “When the Lights Come Up in the City,” Broke-Ass Stuart tours three neighborhoods with  to learn how businesses and community leaders pivoted to success during the pandemic. First up: the Bayview. 

“Forged in the shadow of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, the Bayview is a community known for its grit and self-reliance. It’s a tight-knit, historically Black community and the center of many critical businesses—from industrial operations and breweries to innovative food and culture hubs—that proudly emblazon themselves with street art and serve the community and city as a whole.”

Businesses featured in episode 1:

Public Glass | From Glass Blowing to Glass Breaking

Bayview Makers Kitchen | Where Budding Entrepreneurs Grow Their Businesses

Old Skool Cafe | Come Hungry and Leave Inspired

For more details on the businesses in episode one and on future episodes visit:

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Alex Mak - Managing Editor

Alex Mak - Managing Editor

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