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Ephemeral New York

Express Train
I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I work in midtown Manhattan. 42nd & Lexington Ave., to be exact, right across from Grand Central Station. As the crow flies, that's just 6 miles. But on the tracks, it can be three trains, 11 stops, and 45 minutes each way. This is what I see every day commuting to and from work.

Flaming Pablum: Vanishing Downtown

Forest Hills 72

Found in Brooklyn

Friends of the Harlem Cultural Archives

Gerritsen Beach

Gothamist
Gothamist is a website about New York City and everything that happens in it. That means jonas news and events, restaurants and bars, happenings and goings-on. Gothamist has an avid and growing readership, and an even more avid and growing staff.

Greater Gotham
This blog is the virtual version of getting out and about in the city - and beyond. Not everyone can be here to see what’s happening in New York every day - events, news, oddities - and discover the new or forgotten bits that even long time residents delight in finding once again or for the first time. Greater Gotham is the arm chair guide to that process of discovery and being at the center of events.

Greater New York
The term "Greater New York� appeared in late nineteenth-century debates over the expansion of New York City into today’s five-borough metropolis. A New York Times editorial of 1891, "Greater New-York," endorsed the enlargement and affirmed that "it is an abhorrent hypothesis that New-York should stop growing." The same is true for dialogue about the city, the state, and the myriad issues that swirl around both. In the struggles for a democratic way of life, and in the battles of memory...

 

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