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
Posted in Running Brooklyn
Tagged Bay Ridge, Bed-Stuy, Bedford Avenue, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Fort Hamilton, Gowanus, Greenpoint, New York City Marathon, New York Road Runners, Northside, On the Run, Park Slope, Pulaski Bridge, South Side, Sunset Park, Tompkins Park North, Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Williamsburg
Today I’ve got an article in Curbed NY on a topic near and dear to my heart: the shifting neighborhood boundaries in the city. For my first entry into what I hope will be a regular feature called Blurred Lines, … Continue reading
As you might recall, my friend Max is one of the partners of Industry City Distillery. They’re building a vodka-production factory from scratch, and have had quite a bit of success thus far. So when Industry City came out of … Continue reading
Posted in Visit recaps
Tagged beer, Bush Terminal Lofts, downtown Manhattan, fire escapes, great views, imported cars, Industry City, Industry City Distillery, New York Harbor, sunset, Sunset Park, Tacos El Bronco, trips on bike, vertigo, vodka, Week 32 - Industry City, yeast
This project’s thirty-second neighborhood is a familiar one: the former Bush Terminal along the Sunset Park waterfront. I catalogued my most recent trip to the area in one of my “Running Brooklyn” posts. The selection came courtesy of my friend … Continue reading
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
Posted in Running Brooklyn
Tagged auto-body shops, Battle Hill, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Half, Bush Terminal, cemeteries, dependence on automobiles, Fourth Avenue, Gowanus Expressway, Green-wood Cemetery, Industry City, Industry City Distillery, Manhattan, McGovern-Weir Greenhouse, Red Hook, Red Hook Crit, Robert Moses, running, Sunset Park, The Power Broker, Third Avenue, trash, Vine
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
Posted in Bonus posts
Tagged Ba Xuyên, Bed-Stuy, Bismillash Restaurant, Brooklyn, Bushwick, City Line, Dough, East New York, Flatlands, food, Georgetown, Golden Apache, Hurricane Sandy, Il Porto, J&V Pizzeria, Jimmy's Famous Heros, Mapleton, Mrs. Maxwell's Party Cakes, Navy Yard, Original Pizza, Saraghina, Sheepshead Bay, Sunset Park, SWallabout, Ted & Honey, Tompkins Park North, Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos, Yun Nan Flavour Snack Inc.
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I’ve gotten into the habit of taking a lot of photos on my trips, and Friday was no exception. This time, however, I took many more usable photos than usual. Here are the best for your enjoyment.