Tag Archives: Bay Ridge
Serious haze on The Narrows obscuring the bottom of the tower of the Verrazano Bridge. A ship sitting in the haze.
It’s not as if we had much of a winter. And it’s way too early, but Bay Ridge has suddenly burst into bloom. The tiny red buds on the vines grow into beautiful leaves which people have warned me is … Continue reading
Santa Claus on top of a BRAVO Ambulance, rocking out to loud music and waving to passers by. He’s back every Christmas season raising funds for the good service provided by BRAVO.
New York City Ballet just announced details of their 2011 -2012 Season. There’s a fair amount of news in this article, but the thing that caught my eye is that Charles Askegard will be giving his farewell performance this fall. … Continue reading
I seldom ride the subway to 86th Street, but last weekend I did. When I exited, I saw these mosaics for the first time. They really knocked me out. There are no real icons to represent Bay Ridge, other than … Continue reading
It’s been one month since the first blizzard of this season. The accumulations from that first snowfall are still on the ground. There’s a song lyric that goes “They say a snow year’s a good year” and if there’s the … Continue reading
This winds up our first season of growing our own vegetables and fruit in the backyard. Three months ago the entire garden was lush and green and growing. Every evening I was able to step out back and collect tomatoes … Continue reading