Tag Archives: Wall Street Journal

Spring is here: turning on the parks’ drinking fountains

Last Tuesday, I spent the morning with a few plumbers from the Parks Department. Continue reading

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Speed posting: this was one hell of a week

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

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Why I’ll probably never be a staff writer

I refuse to sacrifice quality or reputation to get page views. Being a staff writer would probably force me to compromise that. Continue reading

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Why I support livable streets

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

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