Myrtle Ave. businesses celebrate Black History Month through art

Eight storefront windows between Classon and Vanderbilt avenues are showcasing the African-American tradition of quilting. Each quilt tells a vibrant story about culture and heritage.

The installment will be up through the end of this month.

The installment will be up through the end of this month. (2/19/13)

BROOKLYN - Businesses on Myrtle Avenue are celebrating Black History Month through art.

Eight storefront windows between Classon and Vanderbilt avenues are showcasing the African-American tradition of quilting. Each quilt tells a vibrant story about culture and heritage.

The installment, called 'A Patchwork Story,' was organized by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership. The installment will be up through the end of this month.

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