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Tag Archives: NYPD
Looking down Flatbush Avenue toward downtown Brooklyn from Grand Army Plaza, there’s a row of cars as far as the eye can see. Continue reading
On Tuesday, the impatience of several drivers led to a collision between a dollar van and a cyclist. What led to this “accident”? Continue reading
In the wake of the death of Samuel Cohen Eckstein, a new group of community organizations, government agencies, and public officials has come together to make Park Slope’s streets safer. Continue reading
Ray Kelly’s Playboy spread, a few crap Op-Eds, Cy Vance not doing his job: Let’s take a quick look at the last seven days. Continue reading
Breaking down an emotional string of tweets from Brooklyn Spoke, one of the city’s best advocates for livable streets, after a scary experience. Continue reading
NYC has seen 114 car-related deaths this year. Join us for a rally for safer streets Wednesday morning at City Hall. Continue reading
Even if you’ve been following the sometimes-insane reporting on livable-streets issues in New York media for many years, two pieces this weekend probably made your jaw drop. In the Daily News, fellow Park Slope resident Joshua Greenman sings a paean to the … Continue reading