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A fascinating view of the wonderful terra cotta relief tiles created for the Parkchester houses during the heyday of the WPA.
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With two to four weeks remaining in what real estate agents call "the rental season", It's instructive to note a few of my personal observations on the market.
Wakefield, the Bronx neighborhood around the 241st Street stop and one of the northernmost places in the city, shares more than a little suburban character with its neighbor across the border.
Before the summer of 2005, I’d never been to the Bronx on my own. My parents had taken me to the zoo once when we visited the relatives but all I remember from that visit was that I got a helium balloon and lost it. What I saw in summer...Read more
My title for this post is a famous snarky poem by Ogden Nash called Geographical Reflections that everybody used to know. Everyone probably laughed back when Nash wrote his little ditty, but New Yorkers aren’t laughing at the Bronx now. I saw this in the New York Observer by Tom...Read more
It took me awhile, but I found some street names in Bronx and Brooklyn that honor women. I found this info from a lot of different websites and books. Cooper Street, Brooklyn: Bushwick resident Hannah Cooper once owned the land through which this street was cut. Coster Street, Bronx: Named...Read more
Five Points, the area near Columbus Park in downtown Manhattan so lovingly portrayed in The Gangs of New York, is nowadays part of Chinatown. The movie faithfully shows you the violence, squalor, filth, and poverty of The Points, but it missed the vibrancy of NYC’s melting pot. In the movie,...Read more
This town we love was first settled by the Iroquis and Alaconquin tribes, and later (1625) was invaded by Dutch members of the West India Trading Company — businessmen! Isn’t that soooo New York? Our town was called New Amsterdam until the English took over and re-named it New York....Read more
I first heard this record back in the days of vinyl. It came from a friend’s older sibling’s or maybe parents’ record collection. I was in 10th grade in Alaska at the time, and this music and was the strangest thing we’d ever heard. We all loved it even though...Read more
I started this blog to share what I know being a renter in NYC because all the websites and blogs I see are about buying apartments but there’s not much to help renters. I’ve been in the NYC since after college and I’ve always been a renter. I can’t afford...Read more