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Soldiers Bring the War Back Home

When there’s a war going on around you, there’s not a lot of time to think. If there was, perhaps you’d have the presence of mind to avert your eyes when possible, to avoid seeing the things you’re doing, even if all you’re doing is following orders.

UNITY Loves Company: Ratner’s Limbo Provides Momentum for Alternate Proposal

Ratner’s inside position as the only developer for the Atlantic Yards would likely be challenged if that property is subject to an open bid process.

In Conversation

Pete Hamill with Ted Hamm

In his latest book, Downtown: My Manhattan, the legendary New York City writer Pete Hamill offers his own unique geography of the city.

Dawn of a New “Neighborhood”?

The long-anticipated rezoning of the Williamsburg-Greenpoint area is reaching its final stages.

Arthur Miller’s Brooklyn Legacy

Most of the tributes to Arthur Miller upon his recent passing paid scant attention to the influence of his Brooklyn upbringing on his life and work.


The Brooklyn Rail

MAR 2005

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