Brooklyn Eagle, July 14, 1897
DELUGE FROM SEA AND SKY
RAIN AND HIGH TIDES CAUSE DAMAGE ON THE ISLAND. GRAIN AND HAY CROPS INJURED.
Shelter Houses and Bathing Pavilions Inundated at Coney IslandYachts Drag Their Anchors in Gravesend Bay Brighton Beach Track Escapes. Streets Along the Shore front Flooded.
AFTER SANDY, the Peoples Relief Grows in ConeyBy Williams Cole
Sandys aftermath brought with it many stories of how individuals organized spontaneous yet highly efficient relief efforts. I spoke to one person, Eric Moed, who has been helping organize the Peoples Relief project in Coney Island since shortly after the storm hit at the end of October.
The Brown Girl of Bed-Stuys BrownstonesBy Ron Howell
For me, Bedford-Stuyvesant is a Mecca, always calling me back, demanding of me a style and commitment that, try as I might, I never fully give her.
In the Beginning, All Need the WordBy Eleanor J. Bader
On at least one point, early childhood educators unanimously agree: Providing children with books is the best way to help them develop language skills and enhance creativity, imagination, and a love of learning.
When the Drumming StopsBy Steve Wishnia
On St. Marks Place, half the people pictured on the T-shirts being sold were dead. Almost all of the rest were for bands that broke up or peaked 10 or 25 years ago. Nostalgia and archaeology.