Tag Archives: Fulton Ferry

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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Running Brooklyn: the switch to morning

Yesterday marked the start of my 22-week training period for November’s ING New York City Marathon. I kicked things off with a hot, humid nighttime jaunt in Prospect Park. One perk of having a flexible schedule is I can go … Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn on your television

If you found me through my On the Run appearance, welcome! See “About” above for the intent of the blog; links to subscribe or to follow me on social media are to the right. (Skip to 6:38 to see my … Continue reading

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Fulton Ferry in photos

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Some additional photos from my March 2012 trip to Fulton Ferry. Continue reading

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A trip to the waterfront

A late-winter walk around the Fulton Ferry Historic District, with a stop at Grimaldi’s. Continue reading

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Fulton Ferry: a brief history

Home of Robert Fulton’s famous Nassau, Fulton Ferry had a long maritime tradition – until the Brooklyn Bridge made it obsolete. Continue reading

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Week one: Fulton Ferry

The Weekly Nabe’s first randomly-selected neighborhood is the place where Brooklyn was born. Continue reading

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