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Fenway – Sacred Ground Since 1912

“Fenway is the essence of baseball.”  -Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame Pitcher After a long break, I finally got back to Fenway Park this season. During high school and college summers, it was practically a weekly religious experience for me. … Continue reading

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Peek Inside the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower

Have you ever looked up and seen that massive 1920’s skyscraper looming over Atlantic Avenue and the new Barclay’s Center? Yes, the really phallic one. Well, if you ever wondered what the inside looks like, I recently snapped a few … Continue reading

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Grand Central Terminal, You Are One Sexy Centenarian

Happy 100th Birthday Grand Central Terminal! We hope you know how much we at 106th Street love you. We also know you barely survived. Over fifty years ago, there were plans to demolish you and build something modern, tall, spectacular. … Continue reading

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