author: upfromflames : Brooklyn, NY (18 months ago)
The founder of this wonderful site is now gone gone from this world. Peter passed away on Monday night, from a recent illness. Its been a long time since he's posted here, but he will never be forgotten in these pages or in the hearts of those that knew him.
Please come Saturday night for A Celebration of Peter Carroll AKA Laserburners AKA PET Bird
and in support of his partner Katherine Lorimer AKA Luna Park whom he loved dearly.
Saturday October 3rd from 4pm until late
22 Waverly Avenue Between Park and Flushing
Brooklyn, New York
author: joey : Berkeley, CA (3 days ago)
In my days living in downtown Berkeley this was a laundromat that I spent some time in. But mostly I walked by countless times.
Marley and Berkeley, make comfy bedfellows
Berkeley city of the artists, always was, and always will be ...
I once lived across the street from this one local merchant, Berkeley Toyota
Where the old bumps into the new on Shattuck Ave.
author: Janet : Brooklyn NY (2 weeks ago)
Lots has happened since we from the old Crown Heights neighborhood got together here to remind each other of the unique, remarkable days in the great place we grew up in, a place bordered by Flatbush, Brownsville, Bedford-Stuyvesant. Aren't we part of the Greatest Generation? Who remembers those days? Does anyone growing up nowadays have a real attachment to the streets, stores, neighbors, movie palaces (yes, we used to have some--Loew's Kings, Pitkin--remember the Fox on Nevins Street?--had to travel for that gorgeous dream factory specimen. They fit the dreams created in the movies we loved....
author: Michelle : Toronto, ON (2 weeks ago)
Taking the ferry to the Toronto Islands.
Walking along the Eastern Channel on Ward's Island.
Dogwood, white birches, and one evergreen.
Ward's Island beach.
Southern edge of Ward's Island.
Cedar grove on Algonquin Island.
Back along the harbourfront and slightly east of the ferry bay... Sugar Beach, which is named for its proximity to the Redpath Sugar Refinery.
Another day, another walk. Found this giant elephant in the Christie Pits neighborhood.
Then, ended up going down a laneway and came across this unique garage.
I looked up the elephant and garage and came across this BlogTO article which describes both of them:
www.blogto.com/city/2015/08/the_ . . . irdest_houses_in_toronto/...
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