The area is riddled with abandoned, burned-out homes, dead trees and discarded tires and garbage.
The ubiquitous corner stores serve as grocers and are a staple for booze, junk food, cell phones, cigarettes and the lotto.
The Brewsters are the nation’s first publicly funded housing project for black people.
The fundraiser is aimed at protecting the installations of lost art.
Brazen scrappers continued to cause destruction Thursday after they clipped a natural gas line.
The exquisitely shot video features extreme, stomach-churning skiing.
“This is much more than simply gangs. It is a counterculture that has evolved for the past half century.”
Heidelberg Project creator Tyree Guyton wanted to brighten up the blight.
It sure beats the price of a cab or parking your car at the airport for a few days.
“Someone’s gonna die; it’s only a matter of time,” Eric Williams, 57, said near an intersection without working stoplights.