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Statues and monuments tell us about ourselves mostly, what we hope to remember and be remembered by.
“Utopian communities are inherently tragic because they are always, every single time, doomed to failure.”
Located in Flushing, Queens, the house is considered the birthplace of American religious action.
The Harlem Renaissance and the Great Depression intersected at the Rockland Palace.
A dangling bit of coastline at the bottom of Brooklyn.
“The story we tell about the Bronx is changing.”
“They looked like abandoned villain headquarters in a comic book.”
On the legacy and future of Brooklyn’s Admiral’s Row houses.
“People kept saying no more roads, but Robert Moses didn’t listen.”
“That tidy dream of ours has had to give way.”
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