Audioburst Search

Coming up next

Monique Greenwood transformed Brooklyn 'haunted mansion' into world-class B

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
|
3 months ago

Muslims celebrate Eid amid coronavirus outbreak

AP 24 Hour News
|
14 hrs ago

Memorial Day spurs worries of spikes in cases while warnings come of second outbreak

Brian Kilmeade
|
5 hrs ago

Trump observes Memorial Day with two visits

BBC Newshour
|
5 hrs ago

Dr. Deborah Birx is concerned about lack of social distancing over memorial day weekend

Steve Cochran
|
7 hrs ago

Republicans sue California governor over vote-by-mail order

KCBS 24 Hour News
|
11 hrs ago

Ruling party wins Burundi presidential election

Not Too Shabby
|
1 hr ago

Netanyahu Attacks Justice System at Opening of His Corruption Trial

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
|
2 hrs ago

Video shows Lake of the Ozarks packed for Memorial Day weekend

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker
|
13 hrs ago

Lufthansa, German government agree on $9.8 billion rescue package: sources

Bloomberg Businessweek
|
5 hrs ago

Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

Newscast - Africa
|
7 hrs ago

Burst Details

Monique Greenwood transformed Brooklyn 'haunted mansion' into world-class B

10 10 WINS |
3 months ago
10 10 WINS

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Three tents and win celebrates black history month she began her life of love of life she beginning to start that again she began her line of luxury bed and breakfast inns with the transformation of the haunted mansion meet Monique Greenwood it's a first on ten ten wins black history month a trailblazer who has three eyes I do that third is the ability to see the possibility any change maker has to have the third she's Monique Greenwood from bed Stuy and the vision taking an old run down eighteen sixties villa and turning it into one of the country's premier bed and hot spots it was dilapidated yeah because no one was ever there well they are here now be a quantum mansion attracts tourists from all over the world that's guys probably when the bass is gentrifying communities ever Brooklyn had no major hotels twenty four years ago when a quavo opened Greenwood at her husband Glenn pope changed all that I enjoy staying at bed and breakfast at the hotel and I realize that everything about it tied into my personal passion the couple is opened at least four other locations in cities across America for black history month Larry Mullins ten ten wins