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Multi-Year New York City GreenWorks Project Launched

GREENPRINT for CHANGE Green Works Multi-Year New York City GreenWorks Project Launched Public Conference Event with Exhibitors, Panels, Speakers, to Take Place, Sunday, July 26 The publishers of Our Time Press have engaged in a sustainable work life for many years; we’ve racked up thousands of hours in bike time and speed-walking to and from […]readmore

The Measure of a Man

One can only wonder how Frank Mickens, former principal of Boys & Girls High School, accomplished so much and touched so many in so short a time on earth.  Many answers rest with “Mick” who passed on Thursday, July 9, here in Brooklyn.  Just as many are alive in the memories and the work of […]readmore

City Mourns Loss of Police Officer Omar Edwards

In the wake of the recent tragic shooting of police officer Omar Edwards, 25, by a fellow cop, the NYPD is engaged in self-reflection: surveying undercover officers, releasing a guide for officers who confront other officers, reviewing rules and regulations and showing police training methods. Today, as Edwards’ life is celebrated and his virtues extolled […]readmore


 The Reading Room, Hallmark’s latest feel-good motion picture for television, has everything … except a strong, credible storyline.  Thanks to the presence of James Earl Jones, Tim Reid and other actors, and the directorial work of Emmy-winner Georg Stanford Brown, the movie is saved from drowning in Randy Feldman’s lukewarm, sappy teleplay which struggles to […]readmore

African Renaissance Man & Griot of Our Time

Professor William H. Mackey Jr. has been a source of information and inspiration since the beginning of Our Time Press.  Now Professor Mackey, 83, is at Veterans Memorial Hospital  in Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn.  In a recent visit with the professor, he gave these words: “You never think about the time you’ve wasted until you have […]readmore