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One of the best things about living where we live is the amount of green in close proximity. We are blocks from the Hudson River Park, Jackie Robinson Park, and Highbridge Park. 469 more words

Three Gravestones

Three Gravestones . . .


Better views demand now.

Immigrants turned “invasive!”

Old trees around cut down

By naturalized non- natives?


Passing, cattail flowers seed, 107 more words

New York City

Taking stock of 2015's "smaller" memories

We’re prone to remembering a specific year as it relates to capital “E” Events: weddings, funerals, new jobs, and new homes. For me, this past year was filled with these sorts of moments–the kind of memories that are solid, unshakable, impossible to forget. 1,117 more words

New York City

NYC Marathon Weekend Part 1: I ran with Kevin Hart (and yes, I got to meet him!)

Me before the Run With Hart 5K

Since the New York City Marathon is today, there were a lot of events this weekend surrounding this race. 1,078 more words


A ghostly reminder disappears

The above was the view from the morning bike commute along the Hudson River: the remains of Pier 54‘s steel entrance framework being dismantled and craned away, as new concrete piers cluster all around. 529 more words

New York City's New Affordable Housing Deal To Also Generate Funds For Pier 40 Improvements

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Councilman Corey Johnson have teamed up on an affordable housing project.

As WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported, at 15 acres, Pier 40 is the largest of the piers in Hudson River Park. 124 more words