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Bangladesh on the border

You might have thought I skipped out on last week’s visit. I just delayed it for a bit, due both to some other obligations and to Ramadan. That’s a strange excuse, since I’m not Muslim. Much of the area is, … Continue reading

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Through, to, under, and around the Junction

Broadway Junction might qualify as a neighborhood, but it’s little more than a messy subway-station complex. Still, there are some interesting sights. Continue reading

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Weaving the Broadway Junction tapestry

If you like looking at old maps, or seeing how transportation options change over the years, this is the post for you. I spent several hours combing through the Historical Maps section of nycsubway.org, finding visual aids to complement what … Continue reading

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Good old East New York

A long walk around John Pitkin’s dream-come-true – nearly two centuries later. Continue reading

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Seeing the fruits of restoration in Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy was too big for one trip, so I made two – including one on a Sunday morning. Continue reading

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