Tag Archives: Brooklyn

Photos of Brooklyn at sunset

Some photographs celebrating the beautiful sunsets of the past few days. Continue reading

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For whom I’m pulling the lever – literally – on Tuesday (part 1)

My choices for Council District 39, Brooklyn DA, and Comptroller in next week’s Democratic primary. Continue reading

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Greenwood Heights: a new name rooted in history

Today I’ve got an article in Curbed NY on a topic near and dear to my heart: the shifting neighborhood boundaries in the city. For my first entry into what I hope will be a regular feature called Blurred Lines, … Continue reading

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Mill Island in photos

Some additional photos from my trip to Mill Island. Continue reading

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Week thirty-five: Midwood

My next neighborhood is one of the largest Jewish communities in the borough – and the home of a famous pizza place. Continue reading

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An interview with ZIPPER’s Tim Schadt

I sit down with Tim Schadt, husband of ZIPPER director Amy Nicholson, for a behind-the-scenes look at the how the film came to be. Continue reading

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Exploring Mill Island’s industrial past

Scenes from the old, forgotten side of Mill Basin – an homage to its history as an industrial site. Continue reading

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