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Author Archives: Keith Williams
This Sunday will be the sixth edition of the Brooklyn Marathon, and I figure it’s a good time to look back on my experience in the 2012 event. Continue reading
According to Gonzo Jones, an attorney specializing in disability law, illiteracy can qualify a person for protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Continue reading
A precedent set by the consolidation of New York City in 1898 disenfranchised nearly one million New Yorkers in 2014 alone. Continue reading
While we wait to see whether the parks will go car-free, let’s address some confusion that now exists. Continue reading
What happened that day brought a sea change to the city’s approach to livable streets. Continue reading
“Hey, I couldn’t find any locals who agreed with this assertion, so I’m going to pull in a biased source to tell them why they should!” Continue reading