Category Archives: Thoughts

October 8, 2013: the day New York woke up

What happened that day brought a sea change to the city’s approach to livable streets. Continue reading

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Six lessons from running this year’s Boston Marathon

Some thoughts I put together after running the 2014 Boston Marathon. Continue reading

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This weekend: vote in Participatory Budgeting

Five of the ten Council Districts using the Participatory Budgeting model are in Brooklyn. Continue reading

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Check out my latest “Blurred Lines” column, on Dumbo

Some additional information and thoughts on my latest Curbed article on the changing boundaries of Dumbo. Continue reading

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Seeing neighborhood history from a blind woman’s perspective

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

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How I deal with changing technology and its implications on society

When I see something new, instead of processing it through my own schema, I like to play a little game. Continue reading

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I didn’t bother to fact-check this post

Hang with me until the third paragraph, when it will all become clear. Continue reading

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