Typography Mania #105
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Your insider guide to Downtown Brooklyn and Brooklyn Heights by a native New Yorker
Your insider guide to Downtown Brooklyn and Brooklyn Heights written by a native New Yorker, including the best things to do in downtown Brooklyn and where to eat near the Brooklyn Bridge. #travel #brooklyn #NYC #NewYork
October Throwback Movie of the Month- Crooklyn
One of director Spike Lee’s best movies sits on the shoulders of 9-year-old Troy Carmichael (Zelda Harris). A little brown package swathed in braids and beads was on a simple journey to survive in …
New York Habitat -
New York Habitat is a real estate company specializing in vacations rentals, furnished apartments, rooms for rent, and bed and breakfast accommodations. We have apartments located in New York, Paris,...
Brooklyn Tower of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge
Looking south on 3rd Avenue from Marine Avenue at the 693 foot tall Brooklyn Tower of the Verrazano Bridge. The bridge was completed in 1964 and spans the entrance to New York Harbor. The distance between the towers is 4,260 feet. An unusual (for NYC) clear blue sky and empty Bay Ridge streets made a great setting for this springtime photo of this magnificent bridge.
Hipsterless Brooklyn: Vintage Photos From a Vanished World
Decades before Brooklyn became synonymous with hipsters, hip-hop and locavores, photographer Ed Clark caught the spirit of the place
The Little Brooklyn Bakery (Romantic Escapes, Book 2)
Read "The Little Brooklyn Bakery (Romantic Escapes, Book 2)" by Julie Caplin available from Rakuten Kobo. ‘Irresistible’ Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde Take a trip to the best little bakery in Brooklyn, where there’s mor...
The 'hoods. Old Brooklyn nostalgia. I haven't been to Coney Island in a million years! But my mother's side of the family was Brooklyn based and I spent the first few years of my life there. The old Cyclone wooden rollercoaster is now a National Landmark. And back then, who knew how bad for us those delicious grilled Nathan's frankfurters were?