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The Future of the Brooklyn Waterfront

Brooklyn, as Borough President Marty Markowitz reminded a recent public forum in Williamsburg, is currently “denied access to the most beautiful waterfront in America.”

Who Shares the Pain? NYC and the Future of Globalization

In our last Rail entry, “New York City, LLC” (March/ April), we outlined the inequalities, as well as contrasting priorities, that shape the debate regarding the city’s current fiscal problems.

The Changing Faces of Fort Greene: A New Skool Report

This series of new skool journalism workshops found our writers, all high school students from across the city, reporting on the neighborhood of Fort Greene, a small swath of tree-lined streets wedged between Bedford-Stuyvesant and Downtown Brooklyn.

How to Cook Asparagus—The Show Within the Show

Few will revisit the Whitney Biennial and fewer still would make a special return trip to see only the paintings. I’ll number myself among those few—I wanted to test a theory.

The Starry Skies Above: Astro Forecasts

Aries With typically no thought for personal safety you’re diving for pearls amidst the May typhoons.

Some Rules for the Conduct of Young Gentlemen (No. 1)

DON’T spit in the street. If you MUST spit, do it into a tissue; discreetly. Or make sure nobody is looking at you, especially women, and spit in the gutter.

Dining Car

The trick to Mediterranean cooking, says of the Rail’s many gourmands, involves taking the freshest ingredients and soaking them in savory marinades. Under Chef Diego Gonzalez, many of the tapas at Allioli have no reached that desired state of seasoned and grilled bliss.

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EARLY SUMMER 2002

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