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I Wish I Liked the New Brooklyn Bridge Bike Lane More

Ever since it opened in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge has been a marvel. Its two soaring 277-foot-tall limestone and granite towers, each with two Gothic arches, may be the most iconic emblems of the bridge, but what I’ve appreciated most up close are the steel cables and wires that were engineered t… More »

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We’re Falling Short on Even the Simplest Fix for Storm Flooding

When Hurricane Ida hit New York on Wednesday, September 1, Madison Weber was up all night watching Instagram videos of the city’s inundated streets. Many of them were shot in Bushwick, where she lives and works as a teacher at the Achievement First middle school. Early the next morning, she took … More »

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The Renegade Skate-Ramp Builders of New York

On a balmy July evening, Pat Smith, a professional carpenter and the owner of CODA Skateboards, was loading up his jet-black Ram ProMaster cargo van in the driveway of a Greenpoint fabrication shop. Inside the van, he’d hoisted around eight dusty bags of concrete, a stack of dirty buckets, two cr… More »

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A Napping Corner in Hudson Square (That’s Also a Playscape and Lunch Spot)

On the corner of Hudson and King Streets in Hudson Square, a new 80-foot-long electric-orange-and-red structure is straddling the sidewalk and the road. When I visited last Thursday afternoon, I saw a woman eating lunch at one of the built-in tables and a couple having coffee on a bench behind on… More »

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