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Check out my latest “Blurred Lines” column, on Dumbo

Some additional information and thoughts on my latest Curbed article on the changing boundaries of Dumbo. Continue reading

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Running Brooklyn: the waterfront (with a surprise)

Running is a great way to sightsee, but today I got more than I bargained for. It happened on one of my favorite routes: through Fort Greene, along the Navy Yard on Flushing Avenue, under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. … Continue reading

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Vinegar Hill in snow and slush

Given last year’s dearth of snow (hello, climate change?), I thought it wise to spend some time in my neighborhood while last week’s white stuff was still on the ground. Much of it had melted, but as I shared earlier … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Quarters A

Yesterday’s warm temperatures made the wild weather of the previous two weeks feel like the distant past. (Unless you were volunteering for – or receiving – the ongoing clean-up efforts, in which case it probably felt like salt in a … Continue reading

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Week twenty-nine: Vinegar Hill

I was slated to run my first marathon yesterday. Instead, I ran to Coney Island and spent the day volunteering at various spots: a United Way distribution point, a FEMA operation, the pitch-black hallways of Carey Gardens 3 while carrying … Continue reading

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