Tag Archives: Windsor Terrace

A eulogy for Brooklyn’s Irish bars, and an ode to Farrell’s

A historical look at how we mourn long-standing traditions, victims of neighborhood turnover and gentrification. Continue reading

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Why Participatory Budgeting is awesome

Brainstorming ideas for Participatory Budgeting might be the highest form of democracy. Continue reading

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Bonus post: the Brooklyn Half

I’m running the Brooklyn Half tomorrow. It’s one of my target races this year, so I’ve been training with it in mind. The race ends on the Coney Island boardwalk, on which I’ve run twice this year – on February … Continue reading

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Windsor Terrace in photos

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Since I’ve got a ways to go until I can write up a full history of the Navy Yard, I’m working on a Bonus Post that might be a little too creative. Here’s a preview. For now, here are some … Continue reading

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A downhill slalom in Windsor Terrace

I took 189 pictures on my Friday visit to Windsor Terrace. I figured separating the wheat from the chaff would be easy, but it’s not. You can expect a large gallery on Monday. Many of the pictures there could easily … Continue reading

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Windsor Terrace: a river of cars runs through it

Windsor Terrace is in one of the nicest locations in the borough, wedged between the green oases of Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery. A third obvious (and much less appealing) feature of Windsor Terrace is the Prospect Expressway, which more … Continue reading

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Week six: Windsor Terrace

I won’t have to go too far this week, thanks to my friend Henry’s pick.

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