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Afro Saxon

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About Afro Saxon

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  • Birthday 03/27/1983

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    North End, Hartford, CT
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    Clothing, Books, African History and traditions, Gullah, South Carolina, New Orleans, WASP/Preppy history, food & chocolate, cooking, Wine & Spirits and most importantly Hartford and CT's cities and towns.
  1. Amazing, they are arted to exceed what they expected themselves. New Haven is on a roll. http://downtownnewhaven.blogspot.com/2008/04/500-unit-shartenberg-mixed-use.html
  2. Good point, sometime I get over nostalgic or impatient and forget that downtown, though not as lively as it was in my youth has begun to grow- and has more going for it than it did 10 years ago.
  3. New Haven seems to be setting itself up well. http://www.designnewhaven.com/2008/12/prop...r-route-34.html
  4. If Trinity didn't move for the state house I wonder if things would be different. I always thought it was odd that UCONN was not located in Hartford.
  5. Who will we be building this for? For what purpose? Who will use it? The Wolf Pack? I like the idea of a new arean being built but I'm not sure I can imagine it being put to good use.
  6. I'm estatic about it. One of my favorite stores.
  7. How do the more upscale stores determine which cities are viable?
  8. I'm in a tug of war. On one side I'm seething from jealousy on the other I'm excited to see how this and the other development turn out in NH, I can't wait to visit.
  9. That's factually false. The Northeast contributes far more to the nation's tax coffers and receives far less in refunds. Also, is home to far more large companies. The South has driven job growth in the Nations, but they also pay less on average. This Rentschler field idea sounds pretty good. It seems reasonable. Do you think East Hartford could have trouble attracting many of the businesses and residents due to negative stigmas?
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