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Running Brooklyn: Green-Wood Cemetery, Sunset Park, Industry City

Come on, Keith, I hear you say. Why won’t you just visit Prospect Heights? When I have to go far afield, to a place like Spring Creek or Bath Beach, it’s a big affair. I set aside time. I scout. I map a route, … Continue reading

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A food-filled tour of Sunset Park

On Friday, my friend Craig and I took a trip to Sunset Park. Craig’s mother and grandparents grew up in the area, and he lived there for a bit, so he was a very knowledgeable guide. I borrowed his roommate’s … Continue reading

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A downhill slalom in Windsor Terrace

I took 189 pictures on my Friday visit to Windsor Terrace. I figured separating the wheat from the chaff would be easy, but it’s not. You can expect a large gallery on Monday. Many of the pictures there could easily … Continue reading

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Windsor Terrace: a river of cars runs through it

Windsor Terrace is in one of the nicest locations in the borough, wedged between the green oases of Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery. A third obvious (and much less appealing) feature of Windsor Terrace is the Prospect Expressway, which more … Continue reading

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Week six: Windsor Terrace

I won’t have to go too far this week, thanks to my friend Henry’s pick.

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