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Beata Zalewski Clip 1: Artists Moving to Ridgewood

Collection: Queens Memory Collection at the Archives at Queens Library: Beata Zalewski
Date: Time Period: 2016; 2016-02-04; Interview recorded: February 4 2016 Material: Digital audio recording made using H2NZoom digital recorder and Audacity. Dimension: Total running time: 0:01:35
Creator: Beata Zalewski interviewed by Samantha Ortiz and Shania Brown Identifier: aql:20073 zalewski_beata_clip1

Description: Beata Zalewski speaks about how Ridgewood has changed over the years and how more and more artists have been moving into the area. She also explains how the artists moving in has changed Ridgewood's economic and environmental aspects.

Collection : aql:20455; aql:20156

Creator : Beata Zalewski interviewed by Samantha Ortiz and Shania Brown

Date : Time Period: 2016; 2016-02-04; Interview recorded: February 4 2016

Summary/Description : Beata Zalewski speaks about how Ridgewood has changed over the years and how more and more artists have been moving into the area. She also explains how the artists moving in has changed Ridgewood's economic and environmental aspects.

Subject : Neighborhoods; Greater Ridgewood Youth Council (Ridgewood, New York, N.Y.)

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Coverage : Locations discussed: Ridgewood, Queens, NY Ridgewood (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : Oral history

Format : Digital audio recording made using H2NZoom digital recorder and Audacity.; Total running time: 0:01:35

Identifier : aql:20073 zalewski_beata_clip1

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Neighborhoods; Greater Ridgewood Youth Council (Ridgewood, New York, N.Y.)

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