Tag Archives: Gowanus

NYT tells Gowanus residents to shut up and enjoy gentrification

“Hey, I couldn’t find any locals who agreed with this assertion, so I’m going to pull in a biased source to tell them why they should!” Continue reading

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Clearing up some facts about Lightstone’s Gowanus agreement

One reason you don’t see a lot written on the cleanup of the Gowanus: the process is absurdly wonky. Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn: a frozen Gowanus Canal

Running every bridge over the Gowanus Canal on a chilly Sunday afternoon. Continue reading

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Ample Hills Creamery reveals new Brooklyn-themed flavors

Today, Ample Hills co-owner Brian Smith unveiled nine new ice cream flavors rooted in Brooklyn history. Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn: getting back in the game

Playing a game to get in a badly-needed run. Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn returns for the Marathon!

I’ll be giving another televised running tour of Brooklyn as part of the ING New York City Marathon festivities. What should I show? Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn: Red Hook

I had the pleasure of running in Red Hook three days in a row this weekend. The culmination of this streak was the Red Hook Criterion on Saturday night. The Crit, as it is known, is in its sixth year. … Continue reading

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