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What's Happening in Downtown Cumberland

What’s Happening in Downtown Cumberland Farmers’ Market Every Thursday Mustangs on the Mall – Friday Night Love the Local! Support Your Local Businesses    Not a member of the Downtown Cumberland Business Association (DCBA)? Even if you don’t have a business in Downtown Cumberland, you can join as a Friend of DCBA. Membership forms are available at www.visitcumberland.org. Join in and support the efforts of Downtown Cumberland businesses in keeping our Downtown alive and vibrant.   Downtown Cumberland Farmers Market – Every Thu...
The Smokin' Fireballs to Perform at Embassy Theatre

 The Embassy Theatre, located at 49 Baltimore Street on the Downtown Cumberland Mall, will be hosting a 50's Dance Party on Saturday, July 30, beginning at 8 pm. The party will feature 50's music by Smokin' Fireballs, and the event also includes special drinks at the cash bar, tended by cafe manager Trish Jankey. Those attending are encouraged to wear 50's attire, although it is not required. There also will be doorprize giveaways, and a dance contest that party-goers may sign up for upon arrival. Each registered couple will have numbers pinned to their backs. Judges will obser...
Hogan Administration sues Volkswagen, seeks penalties for violations of environmental laws

Baltimore, MD (July 19, 2016) – The Hogan Administration announced today the filing of a lawsuit against automaker Volkswagen for installing devices that allowed thousands of vehicles to exceed emissions standards and pollute Maryland’s air. The suit, filed today in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, seeks financial penalties from Volkswagen in connection with the automaker’s admission that it installed software known as “defeat devices” to circumvent emissions standards. Such action violates Maryland environmental law. “The air Marylanders now breathe is the cleanest it...
Honey Island Swamp Band to Perform Saturday at Canal Place

Honey Island Swamp Band from New Orleans will take the BB&T Stage at Canal Place on Saturday, July 23, at 8 pm for a free concert as part of Cumberland Comes Alive. The band’s music has been described as Blues, Southern rock boogie, Appalachian music, and New Orleans swamp funk.  Great music begins with great songs, and great songs are what the Honey Island Swamp Band is all about. The band came together when Aaron Wilkinson (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Chris Mulé (electric guitar, vocals) were marooned in San Francisco after the levee breaches following H...
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What's Happening in Downtown Cumberland PDF Print E-mail
Written by Becky McClarran   
Friday, 22 July 2016 10:10

What’s Happening in Downtown Cumberland

Farmers’ Market Every Thursday

Mustangs on the Mall – Friday Night

Love the Local! Support Your Local Businesses

  

Not a member of the Downtown Cumberland Business Association (DCBA)? Even if you don’t have a business in Downtown Cumberland, you can join as a Friend of DCBA. Membership forms are available at www.visitcumberland.org. Join in and support the efforts of Downtown Cumberland businesses in keeping our Downtown alive and vibrant.

 

Downtown Cumberland Farmers Market – Every Thursday through October 13. The Downtown Cumberland Farmers' Market is a place where the community meets each week to buy the best locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, organic products, baked goods and so much more! The market sets up every Thursday from 9:30 am - 2:00 pm on Baltimore Street in Historic City Center from May to October. Baltimore Street is a brick pedestrian only promenade with shops, cafes and restaurants. Bring the whole family and find the best local farmers have to offer!

 

Shopkeep Social II is Here!  If you are a local merchant, manager or business person please join Hello Cumberland & Azad’s of Cumberland on Thursday July 21st 6-8 PM for the Shopkeep Social II - a great opportunity to meet and get to know others doing what you are doing. Being in business in Cumberland is a group activity and the success of one depends on the success of all. The Shopkeep Social is a great way to build strong and positive relationships with other merchants and business people in the area so that we can all work together to highlight our beautiful and unique community. Light refreshments are always served, but please feel free to bring a treat, drink or snack to share with all.  37 North Centre Street in beautiful Downtown Cumberland. 

 

Mustangs on the Mall will take place in Downtown Cumberland on Friday, July 22, 2016 from 5 pm to 10 pm. The region’s best Mustangs will be on display on Baltimore Street. Admission is free and open to the general public. If you would like to display your automobile, no registration is required. Simply show up with your vehicle between 4 pm and 5 pm and carefully enter pedestrian-only Baltimore Street from either George Street or Mechanic Street. Volunteers will help direct you. Visitors can enjoy shopping or dining at any of the great Downtown Cumberland restaurants.

 

ACRE Coworking, Cumberland's first shared office community is open! Join the Community at acrecoworking.com/joinWondering what this Coworking thing is? Check out acrecoworking.com/whatscoworking, 48 N Centre St  : 301-697-6150 :  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

National Night Out - Cumberland will be held on Tuesday, August 2 from 5 until 8 p.m. on Somerville Ave in Cumberland (between Oldtown Road and Industrial Blvd.) near the Salvation Army. Support your local law enforcement! We invite everyone to join with America's National Night Out Against Crime for an evening of food, music, learning, sharing, games and lots of fun...ALL FOR FREE! Contact  NNO-Cumberland coordinator Terri Hast - 301-759-6517,terri.hast@cumberlandmd.gov to see how you can get involved.

 

Free Swim and a Movie - A Kick-off Event for National Night Out - Cumberland will be held on Monday, August 1 with a FREE SWIM at Constitution Park Pool from 6:30 - 8 p.m. and then; a FREE MOVIE "Angels in the Outfield", beginning at Dusk (8:30 p.m.) at Constitution Park Amphitheatre. Brink your bathing suit, a blanket or lawn chair, and show some support for your local law enforcement.

 

Allegany County Animal Shelter’s Wine Fest – Saturday, August 6, 12 noon – 7 pm at the Ali Ghan Picnic Ground - Spend a beautiful afternoon in the mountains of Western MD to support a good cause. It will be a day of great wine, excellent food, entertainment and much more! The fun starts at noon, hope to see you there! Tickets are $20 and includes admittance to the event, four tastings with each winery, craft vendors, artists, a beer garden, live music and food vendors. Tickets may be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/acas-wine-fest-tickets-25464169015#tickets. All proceeds from this event will go to the Shelter's veterinary care fund.

 

Hunter Douglas Howard's 25K Run –Sunday, August 217 – 11 am is a Queen City Striders event to promote the healthy, safe, and responsible use of the Great Allegany Passage trail and spotlighting the efforts of the Allegany County Animal Shelter. Proceeds after expenses from the race will be donated to the Allegany County Animal Shelter for the purposes of supporting maintenance, operations, community programs, and development. The race is directed by Sharon Ellsworth and Ray Hunt. New for 2016- We've added Potomac Farms Paws on the Pavement 5K! Finishers of both races will receive race shirts and medals! Register at www.raceit.com

 

Looking for a great location for your next big event? Check out the Windsor Castle Events Centre (the former Cumberland Armory), 210 S. Centre Street. Windsor Castle is perfect for wedding receptions, dances, conferences, conventions, reunions and more! For more information, call 301-722-0005

  

Planning a wedding? Check out the website, www.mdmountainweddings.com. It’s full of local businesses that can help you plan your perfect wedding.

 

Don’t forget, Downtown Cumberland parking on all surface lots is FREE on Saturdays, Sundays and every day after 5 pm.

 

RETAIL

 

Does your pharmacy have a convenient drive-up window? PharmaCare West on Greene Street does. Save time when running errands with the kids, especially when the wee little ones have just fallen asleep after a busy day with Mom or Dad. The drive-up window is open the same hours as the pharmacy – Monday through Friday 9am to 6pm & Saturday 9am to 1pm. 64 Greene Street, Cumberland. Phone 301.724.1183 –www.pharmacarenetwork.com.

 

This weekend Elderbird has 50% off all handmade, salvaged wood furniture and $2 vinyl records. Elderbird has in over 200 new items in stock, including vintage wood working tools, automotive tools, mid-century home decor items, architectural salvage pieces, antique stained glass, and much, much more. Added to the list of inventory is new old stock 1967 Chevron oilcans, Champion spark plugs, Ball mason jars and much more! Like and share to win a chance to get $25 off your purchase! Also, you check in at 64 Baltimore Street during business hours and get $10 off your purchase. 

PokèManiacs!!! Elderbird is a hotspot PokèStop! Stop by and talk shop! 

Hours:Thursday: ?11-7pmFriday?11-9pm ?9pm-12am is Elderbird Afterdark, Saturday 11-9pmSunday?12-5pm

 

The Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 172 is having a Christmas in July Sale with 20% off storewide and 50% off clearance. VVA172 is located at 17 N. Liberty Street.

 

Fort Cumberland Emporium, 55 Baltimore Street is filled with all kinds of great antiques and collectibles. We are pleased to welcome our newest vendor,Margy Pein. Margy is bringing all kinds of great items into the Emporium. Be sure to stop in and check her space out. And the vendors at the Emporium are celebrating Christmas in July with a 20% discount on all holiday items (unless previously reduced). We have a whole section in the downtown stairs that’s all Christmas, all year round and now it’s 20% Off!

 

This week at Barkin’ Basement is having two big sales this week – all toys, stuffed animals, games and puzzles are half off this week and through the month of July, we’ll be celebrating Christmas in July with all Christmas items half off.  We are also selling raffle tickets on a lottery wreath filled with 100 $1 scratch off lottery tickets. Raffle tickets are $1 each. We’re open Thursday – Sunday, so stop in and discover all the great items we have waiting for you at Barkin' Basement prices. www.barkinbasementthriftshop.com or like us on facebook.

 

The Vapor Room, located at 57 N Centre Street, is your friendly local ecigarette shop. Looking to give electronic cigarettes a try? Our friendly staff is available to coach you through all stages of making the switch, and setting up your kit. The Vapor Room offers competitive pricing on the most trusted ecig products as well as generous rewards through our Appcard program. Earn free juice and dollars off your purchases with Appcard. Additionally, we run weekly specials on our house blend eliquids. Our $10 30ml Flavors of the Week this week are Apple Pie, TVR Tobacco, Island Fruit, and Marshmallow. Our 15ml Weekender special flavors this week are Peppermint, Vanilla Cupcake, Caramel, and Mango. The TVR Product of the Week is our Space Jam Premium Ejuice. It is 15% off this week from Wednesday to Wednesday. The Vapor Room is open 10AM-6PMMonday through Saturday. View our selections at thevaporroom.net.

 

Meditation Thursday at Azad's - Learning to Create Peace of Mind. Learn to quiet the mind and let go of all your thoughts. This meditation is designed to allow you peace of mind whenever you need it. It is a practical way to dramatically reduce stress while improving overall energy. It has also been proven to increase memory. All these benefits and more with very simple, easy to do breathing and mindfulness exercises. Thursday, July 28th at 6:30 p.m.37 N Centre St Cumberland, MD

 

The Tea is in!  Stop in for your favorites!  Our Summer British Book Club with Sharon Derlan will be 4 Wednesdays at 11AM, join us on July 27th  “Cocaine Blues”, Phryne Fisher Mystery #1, by Kerry Greenwood, and August 10th,“Voices in Summer”, by Rosamunde Pilcher.  Enjoy our book club special of tea and scones for  $7.00, or you may order from the menu.  Saturday July 30th from 6-9 PM will be our Paint and Sip with Patricia Wilt. We will be painting in acrylics.  Both of these artists are wonderful teachers! All materials are provided.  It is $35 per person. Reservations are required and payment holds your seat.  More Paint and Sip classes will be listed soon!  The Tea shop is open on Mondays and Tuesdays in the Summer from 11 until 3, stop in and say hi to Bob, and Wednesday through Saturday from 10 until 5, and service in the Tea Room is from 11 until 2, Wednesday through Saturday.  Don’t forget downtown parking is free on Saturdays and Sundays! You can find us at 49 North Centre Street, Downtown Cumberland, 301-777-7721, on Facebook as The Tea Cupboard or at theteacupboard.net  

 

Love to go antiquing and thrifting? Want to discover a handmade treasure? Downtown Cumberland has some great shops including MountainShine Creative, Fort Cumberland Emporium, Baltimore Street Collectibles, Barkin’ Basement Thrift Shop, Fitzy’s Nifty Nook, Elderbird Restorations (Friday –Sunday), GiGi’s Attic (Thursday - Saturday), Queen City Flea Market (Friday – Sunday), Windsor Castle Antiques & Flea Market (Sundays only), Country Accents on Greene – all filled with antiques, collectibles, handmade items. Stop in and discover it for yourself.

 

 GREAT GIFT IDEA! DCBA (Downtown Cumberland Gift Certificates) are available at The Book Center and may be used at any DCBA member’s business. You may find out who is a DCBA member online at www.visitcumberland.org

 

WINING & DINING & HOSPITALITY

 

Ho, Ho, Ho! Monday, July 255 -7 pmSanta Claus is making a trip to Queen City Creamery. It’s Christmas in July at the Queen City Creamery- Meet & Greet with Santa, Build Your Own Sundaes, coloring and kids can drop off their early wish list to Santa.

 

At MEZZOS this weekend we will have the Following Bands on STAGE MEZZOS in the Alley from 9PM until Midnight and NO COVER:

  • Friday – Butterscotch Blonde
  • Saturday – Bob Deremer

 

Ristorante Ottaviani - Every Friday night beginning at 8 pm, it’s Friday Happy Hour Wine Tasting with half price bottles of wine. Stop in and sample a new wine or enjoy your favorite.

 

Saturday mornings, it’s Bloody Mary Brunch at City Lights! Every Saturday from 11 am – 2 pm, enjoy Cumberland’s original make-your-own Bloody Mary bar and City Light’s Saturday brunch featuring 5 – 6 seasonal specials that change weekly. City Lights American Grill & Bar is located at 59 Baltimore Street, 301-722-9800.

   

Mezzos is scheduling Spirit Nights for any organizations wanting to hold a profitable fundraiser. Call Angel at Mezzos at 301-777-7750 for details.

 

City Lights Beer & Burger Thursdays – Every Thursday from 5:00 to close we will be offering a Gourmet Burger with Fries and a Pint of Beer for $10.95.

 

City Lights Wine & Cheese Wednesdays – Enjoy Three Cheese Board and 2 glasses of house wine for $15 or order any one of their Cheese Boards and get 25% off any bottle of wine. To see City Lights full menu, visit www.citylightsamericangrill.com.

 

LITERARY

 

Story Time at the Washington Street Library’s Children’s Room, Tuesdays, from 10-11 am for children ages 3-5. We will be reading stories, doing crafts and singing songs.

 

Toddler Time at the Washington Street Library, Tuesdays, from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm for children 18-36 months. We will make crafts, read books and sing some songs together. For more information contact, Miss Stacy, Children’s Librarian at 301-777-1200.

 

All children from birth to their 5th birthday are eligible for the Imagination Library of Allegany County! The only requirement – the child must live in Allegany County! This program mails one age appropriate book each month to children at no cost to the family! For more information and/or a registration form or information about sponsoring a child, please call the United Way office – 301-722-2700!

 

MUSEUMS/WMSR

Fourth Friday Teas at the Gordon-Roberts House. Enjoy tea and a presentation on the fourth Friday of each month. Tickets are $15/members; $20/non-members. For tickets, call 301-777-8678.

  • July 22 – Amy Monaco: First Wives of the Civil War
  • August 26 – Dolls by Anne Beyer
  • September 23 – TBD
  • October 28 – Shirley Temple Black performed by JoAnn Peterson

 

The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 172 Museum is open to the public every Friday from noon – 6 pm. On display are actual weapons and replica weapons, photographs, equipment, souvenirs, rations, uniforms and other memorabilia provided by Vietnam veterans or their families or friends. A video is available for the public to watch. The museum is open each Friday, there is no admission fee and groups may tour the museum at other times by appointment by calling 301-777-7001.

 

ENTERTAINMENT – MUSIC, THEATRE, ETC.

 

The Flashbacks – Bands on the Bricks – Historic City Center -July 22 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm. The Flashbacks perform an eclectic mix of Oldies, Classics, Rock, and Vintage Country from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Our playlist covers a wide variety of styles from masters like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Smokey Robinson, The Everly Brothers, Elvis, and Patsy Cline. We add on fun favorites by The Temptations, The Beach Boys, The Ventures, Linda Rontsadt, Van Morrison and CCR. Throwing in some Wild Cherry, Stray Cats and Michelle Shocked to liven things up, we have something for everyone. Mixing old styles and new(er), this band pleases crowds of all ages with their dance friendly and toe tapping tunes.

 

The Embassy Theatre, located at 49 Baltimore Street on the Downtown Cumberland Mall, will be hosting a 50's Dance Party on Saturday, July 30, beginning at 8 pm. The party will feature 50's music by Smokin' Fireballs, and the event also includes special drinks at the cash bar, tended by cafe manager Trish Jankey. Those attending are encouraged to wear 50's attire, although it is not required. There also will be door prize giveaways, and a dance contest that partygoers may sign up for upon arrival. Each registered couple will have numbers pinned to their backs. Judges will observe their dancing and select finalists midway through the evening. The winners of the dance contest will receive dinner tickets for a nice, local restaurant. Tickets are available at the door, or by making telephone reservations at (240) 362-7183. Or, advance tickets can be purchased on www.eventbrite.com. Admission is $10 per person. For more information about the Embassy's 50's Dance Party, visit https://facebook.com/embassytheatrecumberland.

 

 

Cumberland Theatre, 101 N. Johnson Street, presents 1776, America’s Prize Winning Musical, July 21 – 31. The seminal event in American history blazes to vivid life in this Broadway hit. 1776 puts a human face on the pages of history as we see the men behind the national icons: proud, frightened, uncertain, irritable, charming, often petty and ultimately noble figures determined to do the right thing for a fledgling nation. Performance Times- Thursday, Friday & Saturday8 pmSunday2 pm. Tickets: $18/adults; $16/Seniors & Sunday Matinee; $10/Students. www.cumberlandtheatre.com301-759-4990.

 

Canal Place Preservation & Development Authority is pleased to announce its line-up for the BB&T summer movie series. Enjoy a FREE outdoor movie with your friends and family on the crescent lawn at Canal Place on select Saturday evenings this summer. Movies Under The Stars at Canal Place is FREE and open to all ages. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair (no alcohol or glass containers allowed) and relax under the stars. Movies will begin after sunset or approximately 8:45 pm, but guests are encouraged to visit early and enjoy shopping and dining at the Shops at Canal Place. This year’s line-up includes a variety of box office hits for all to enjoy. Movie titles are subject to change and cancellations may occur due to weather conditions. Join us for the 2016 BB&T Movie Under The Stars Series featuring:

  • Saturday, July 30 - Finding Nemo (G)
  • Saturday, August 27 - Cars (G)

 

Volkswagens on the Mall will take place in Downtown Cumberland on Friday, August 12, 2016 from 5 pm to 10 pm. The region's best Volkswagens will be on display on Baltimore Street. Admission is free and open to the general public. If you would like to display your automobile, no registration is required. Simply show up with your vehicle between 4 pm and 5 pm and carefully enter pedestrian-only Baltimore Street from either George Street or Mechanic Street. Volunteers will help direct you. Visitors can enjoy shopping or dining at any of the great Downtown Cumberland restaurants.

 

Rowdy on the Roof – music on the Frederick Street Parking Garage, September 24 from 1- 6 pm featuring Steve ‘N’ Seagulls with guest performers, Grand Ole’ Ditch. Purchase tickets at choosecumberland.org.

 

The Allegany Arts Council hosts a group dance lesson and social dance for all ages. In cooperation with Patricia Golden, owner of Industrial Ballroom, the “Third Friday” dance sessions offer the opportunity to learn a new dance step and then practice it with others in the lovely wooden-floored spaces of the Saville and Schwab Galleries. There is an optional potluck—bring a dish to share if you’re up to it. Bring your own beverage of choice. Water is provided. The Lesson will rotate through swing, salsa, rumba, cha cha, Waltz, fox trot, and tango. Each session costs $10 for an individual, or $18 for a couple. The lesson begins at 7:15 pm and the Dance starts at 8:00 pm. The Saville Gallery is located at 9 N. Centre Street in Cumberland, MD. All are welcome.

 

Allegany Allied Arts and the Queen City Film Festival (QCFF) are pleased to announce our Early Selections for 2016:

  • Calvin's Shoe (7m, USA) dir. by Joseph Fraizer, Animation
  • Charlie & Poppy (14m, USA) dir. by Jennifer Potts, Kids/Family
  • Easy Reappearance (17m, France) dir. by Guillaume Levil, LGBT?
  • Hidden Daylight (18m, USA) dir. by Adrienne Lovette, Horror/SciFi?
  • Hide and Seek (16m, India) dir. by Rashesh Desai, Kids/Family?
  • Intrinsic Moral Evil (11m, Netherlands) dir. by Harm Weistra, LGBT?
  • Kitchen (17m, France) dir. by Steve Duchesne, Horror/SciFi?
  • Last Dance on the Main (3m, Canada) dir. by Aristofanis Soulikias,
  • Documentary?Memory Sync (8m, USA) dir. by William Travis Johnson,
  • Animation?Monster (4m, Taiwan) dir. by Kuan-Fu Lin,
  • Cult?Peelers (96m, Canada) dir. by Sevé Schelenz, Horror/SciFi?
  • Pepino's Back! (51m, Italy) dir. by Luca Bich, Documentary?
  • Polterheist (19m, UK) dir. by David Gilbank, Horror/SciFi?
  • Something To Save You (19m, Russia) dir. by Vis Vitalis, Horror/SciFi?
  • Sweet 6Teen (6m, UK) dir. by Debbie Attwell, Horror/SciFi?
  • The Light Thief (19m, Spain/Bahrain) dir. by Eva Daoud, Horror/SciFi?
  • This Time It's Shopping (4m, US) dir. by Chek Wingo, Kids/Family?
  • Trashonauts (2m, USA) dir. by Jack Griffin Corpening, Animation.

Submissions remain open through July 31, and a full program and schedule is expected to be announced by September 1.

The Queen City Film Festival (QCFF), Western Maryland’s premiere film festival, is held each year in early Fall in Cumberland, Maryland. Founded in 2012, and currently in our fifth year, QCFF 2016 will be held October 6-9 at the Cumberland Ramada, Cumberland MD.

 

ART

 

July 1-31, the Gilchrist Gallery and Museum hosts an exhibition by Maggie Pratt, abstract painter and Tony Cornwell, found art sculptor. The Gilchrist is located at 104 Washington Street in Cumberland. Regular museum hours are Friday through Sunday from 1-4PM. In addition to the changing exhibits, The Gilchrist Museum and Gallery proudly maintains and presents the historic 1840's home and pieces from its permanent collection including its extensive Wellington Collection and historic apparel. Throughout the year, the Gilchrist will offer special lectures and events highlighting aspects of the presentations and the museum's historical prominence and commitment to the full spectrum of the arts and commitment to the community. For additional information please visit www.facebook.com/gilchristgallery or www.gilchristgallery.com.

 

Inked! The art of Tattoo Artists! Opening reception is Saturday July 16th from 6pm-8pm at The Allegany Arts Council located at 9 N. Centre St. in Downtown Cumberland.

 

Children’s Summer Art Program -The Allegany Arts Council will offer a week-long class for ages 7-12. Focus will be on traditional art training, art history, local resources and creative thinking. Instructor Amber Kelley will lead classes along with guest artists. Classes will be held Monday—Friday, 9am to 3pm. Call 301-777-2787 to register and for more information. Week-long classes are $120 for Allegany Arts Council Family Members or $140 for non-members (you must register for the entire week, no day rate available).

  • August 8-12 — Smart-Art: Future Einsteins

 

JOB/CHARITABLE/VOLUNTEER /OPPORTUNITIES

 

Love dogs and cats? The Allegany County Animal Shelter is looking for volunteers to help at the shelter.  Applications and information are available atwww.alleganyanimalshelter.com. ACAS is the only municipal no-kill shelter in the state of Maryland.

 

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Rolling Mill Residents Record Video to Set the Record Straight PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kara Rogers Thomas   
Friday, 22 July 2016 10:55

The Institute for Justice has released a new video to debunk what it believes to be inaccurate statements regarding Cumberland's Rolling Mill/ Maryland Ave. Redevelopment Project. The short film features three Rolling Mill residents fighting to save their homes. 

 

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