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Candace Amos


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Candace Amos is a Brooklyn based journalist with a penchant for blogging, reporting and social media. She is drawn to a wide range of editorial topics from celebrities and pop-culture, fashion, beauty, politics and hard news. Candace has produced pieces for Working Mother Magazine, Zink Magazine, Time Out New York, MadameNoire.com, SpaWeekDaily.com and the New York Post.

Email: editor@citylimits.org

Articles, Investigations and Blogs

Just minutes before we arrived, an elderly woman living on the second floor tumbled down the stairs, back first, after tripping over her cane while bringing groceries into her apartment.



A 2000 BMW for $1,900. A 1993 Volvo for $150. When a city marshal auctions off seized autos, buyers take their chances, and the cars' former owners take their lumps.



A trip to six Brooklyn branch libraries in low-income neighborhoods found that many classic novels are not on the shelves. As budgets tighten and many readers go digital, do these missing titles represent A Brave New World or Darkness at Noon?



Opponents of Atlantic Yards feel vindicated by the challenges facing the development. Business owners in the area express a mix of concern and optimism.