Between 1888 and 1940, Brooklyn’s fleet of trolleys connected the growing residential community to the commercial hub in Downtown Brooklyn. The Fulton Street, Coney Island, Dekalb Avenue, and Flatbush Avenue lines navigated the borough to bring workers and residents to the area. This extensive transportation network helped Brooklyn establish itself as an influential American city,… Continue reading

A Nice NYC Subway Moment (yes, for real)

So often, I get ticked off at people selfishly taking up too much bench space, lecturing passengers about Jesus and our sins, people who lean on polls, people who think they can stand without holding anything and then bang into everyone, racists, pricks who exist just to be pricks, and subway littering. BUT, today, I… Continue reading A Nice NYC Subway Moment (yes, for real)