Tag Archives: Brooklyn

Gowanus: The Background

Published March 2, 2010 in The Brooklyn Ink The Environmental Protection Agency now has the legal authority to go after The City of New York and eight other polluters who for decades contributed to contamination of the Gowanus Canal. The EPA was granted the power after labeling the 1.8-mile canal that divides Red Hook and […]
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The Borough Bridge Challenge

There are 24 bridges that separate the boroughs and I intend to run across all of them. Manhattan & Brooklyn The Brooklyn Bridge The Manhattan Bridge The Williamsburg Bridge Queens & Manhattan Queensboro Bridge Roosevelt Island Bridge Ward’s Island Bridge Brooklyn & Queens McGuinness Boulevard Bridge Greenpoint Avenue Bridge Kosciuszko Bridge Bronx & Manhattan Triborough […]
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Zen and the Insanity of Running

Yesterday I ran further than I can recall in recent memory. The last time I ran more than 20 miles was six years ago to the day when I finished the Motorola Marathon in Austin, Texas. So I laced up my shoes and headed toward Central Park. I initially intended to run to a nearby […]
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