Hebrew School


3rd Avenue
February 20, 2008, 4:23 pm
Filed under: brooklyn

This past weekend in the freezing cold I walked up 3rd Avenue in Park Slope towards a friend’s party. It was late and everything seemed, as Huck Finn might narrate, all sad and lonesome.

At 3rd St., I came upon this huge empty lot, with only an old and beautiful building at its corner, with a demolition company’s sign on it. It was bittersweet.

The sunset earlier that night.

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Beautiful, David. I’ve had that same experience walking up windy winter streets in Park Slope, all sad and lonesome. Tonight I watched the Earth’s shadow cover the moon in front of my hotel and ended up talking to a young singer-songwriter who also stopped to look at the eclipse. A nice moment of cosmic fellowship.

Comment by Steve Silberman

As Huck would say, “all sad and lonesome.” I know that feeling.

Comment by Do Bianchi

Update on this post, today on Brownstoner.

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