Can you believe I forgot my blog’s birthday? I thought it was today. I’m such a bad person. I started The Weekly Nabe one year and one week ago. I kicked it off with the announcement of my intention to … Continue reading
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Tagged anniversary, Brooklyn history, Brownsville, Canarsie, DeKalb Av, Hurricane Sandy, Jamaica Bay, Manhattan Bridge, New York City subways, Paerdegat Basin, Red Hook, top posts
With 2012 drawing to a close, I took a few moments to reflect on the year before looking forward to what 2013 might bring. Here’s my list of favorite edibles from neighborhood visits, both official and otherwise, over the past … Continue reading
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It’s hard to believe that over a month has passed since Hurricane Sandy struck the area. My friend Anne sent me some photos she took of Prospect Park in the days after the storm, and she was kind enough to … Continue reading
There’s a sad piece in today’s Times on Totonno’s struggle to deal with the wrath of Sandy. It makes Pete Wells’s plea to eat out in lower Manhattan seem pitiable by comparison. It also makes me regret I hadn’t written my thoughts … Continue reading
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Here’s the last post of this set. There were a few memorable moments here, most of them revolving around marveling with others at the crushed cars. I also got some frozen yogurt at Brooklyn Swirl, which was very good. I … Continue reading
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Highlight of this segment: gorilla walks across street in front of me, barks: “Gimme the bike!” Recaps of previous trips: Cypress Hills, Highland Park Click here for the full collection of post-Sandy photos.