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Author Archives: Keith Williams
Five of the ten Council Districts using the Participatory Budgeting model are in Brooklyn. Continue reading
In describing my experience to a lifetime blind resident of Washington Heights, I got more of the neighborhood’s history than I expected. Continue reading
Allison Liao’s family was devastated by her death – and that’s why their work is the most important being done in the livable-streets community. Continue reading
On Tuesday, the impatience of several drivers led to a collision between a dollar van and a cyclist. What led to this “accident”? Continue reading
A few weeks ago, The Verge published a feature on the abandoned Atlantic Avenue Tunnel, the oldest subway tunnel in the world. Adrianne Jeffries chronicles its 180-year history, including the various rumors surrounding its use (bootlegger lair, Nazi hideout) and … Continue reading