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102 Steuben

by 06/17/2016
Neighborhood: Brooklyn, Clinton Hill

My dad normally has limited patience for anyone, and I was ready to watch him cut Scott off or give his “we’re here for a reason, don’t waste my time” look.

Exhaustion, Faith, or Madness

by 12/12/2014
Neighborhood: Jackson Heights, Queens, Uncategorized

As I wander about in a drowsy daze trying to find it, I take in some interesting sights that get me thinking about the meaning of “diversity” – that superficial buzzword often associated with this neighborhood.

Flat Fixed

by 02/13/2014
Neighborhood: Staten Island

Tom Diriwachter shares a glimpse of a Staten Island neighborhood, a day with his father, and the mysterious nuisance of a flat tire.

Scaffolding

by 04/18/2013
Neighborhood: Financial District

Thomas Beller discusses the ubiquitous presence of scaffolding in New York City.

A Frothy Goodbye

by 03/26/2012
Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill

Nicholas Soodik's favorite cafe existed in much the same way it ceased to do so; brusquely and without apology.

To Mars And Back

by 08/02/2011
Neighborhood: East Village

Parth Vasa pays a visit to Mars Bar on it's last "last weekend."