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Laughing like a bowl full of jelly

End of the year celebrations and parties are a wonderful way to connect to people and places you really care about especially with libations. Last night’s field trip to Dyker Heights for over the top Xmas decorations brought out my inner elf and the experience ended in a hilarious night “a la Bklyn old school style”! 773 more words

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Going backwards

Finished reading Jonathan Letham’s “Fortress of Solitude” this past week. The story of several boys and their families as they grew up in the Gowanus area of Boerum Hill, which is pretty much my current neighborhood. 544 more words

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Being Invisible

In 1990 when Nelson Mandela drove through Brooklyn on his way to the Boys and Girls High School, I was nurturing a 6 & 1 year old when he changed everyone’s lives forever. 558 more words

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2 wheeling

I am an avid bike rider. As a younger women, I was operating a store that sold and repaired bikes. It was one of my first businesses, called “Motorless Motion” in Austin, TX. 545 more words

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Merce Cunningham gave out instructions one day saying “Find a place you trust and stay there”. The second instruction was “Stay there some more”. Merce was a master of simple provocation. 722 more words

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