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Week thirty-one: Prospect Heights

All right, back on track at The Weekly Nabe. You know what they say about letting something go: if it’s meant to be, it’ll come back. I’ve always thought that line was a load of crap. To unveil my next … Continue reading

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Week thirty: Farragut

I was kinda sorta hoping this one would never come out of the hat, because it’s a bit confusing. The Department of City Planning lists two Farraguts in Brooklyn.

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Week twenty-nine: Vinegar Hill

I was slated to run my first marathon yesterday. Instead, I ran to Coney Island and spent the day volunteering at various spots: a United Way distribution point, a FEMA operation, the pitch-black hallways of Carey Gardens 3 while carrying … Continue reading

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Week twenty-eight: Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

I thought my friend Brooke wanted to wait to pick a card until she joined me in Bay Ridge (whenever that is), so I was a bit surprised she took me up on my offer to pick number 28.

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Week twenty-seven: Bath Beach

My friend Matt and I went for a run along the waterfront this morning, and he picked my next destination. I know nothing about it except it’s the first one alphabetically on my list.*

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Week twenty-six: Bushwick

My friend Ali wanted to visit the main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library to find a rare philosophical book, so we met up. Sometimes I forget the library has stuff beyond the realm of the Brooklyn Collection.

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Week twenty-five: Red Hook

Joy, head of the Brooklyn Collection, picked my next destination. (And then she helped me with my research.)

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