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A vibrant African-American heritage and stately 19th century brownstones characterize this large and diverse neighborhood. The accommodations reflect the neighborhoodâ€™s history, with a variety of B&Bs that celebrate African-American culture, including the Sankofa Aban B&B, which is set in an 1880s townhouse and hosts a lively weekly Jazz series. Bedford-Stuyvesant (often shortened to Bed-Stuy, pronounced â€śbeds-tieâ€ť) went through several decades of crime and decay after the 1960s, but the neighborhood is now experiencing something of a rebirth, with new cafes and farm-to-fork restaurants opening up alongside soul food eateries and barber shops. Bedford-Stuyvesant is sprawling, but the A and C trains make up to six stops along its southern border, connecting it to Manhattan and the New York City.
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