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Kenneth Rosen

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After Hurricane Sandy, a Walk Through South Street Seaport

(0) Comments | Posted April 4, 2013 | 6:09 PM

I awakened early and wrote an article before heading to the Financial District where I meandered between Starbucks and got lunch at a Subway. It was a terrible lunch.

So I kept walking to South Street Seaport, a place I hadn't been since I was so young that I...

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WATCH: "Kings Country Cornucopia" Nationally Brandishes Brooklyn's Food Culture

(0) Comments | Posted April 3, 2013 | 9:46 PM

It should come as no surprise that the venerable Brooklyn Brewery is up to something cool again.

As part of Brooklyn Brewery Mash, "Kings Country Cornucopia" exhibits the artisanal foodie culture of Brooklyn in a series of traveling events aimed at bringing Brooklyn to other cities, such as...

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An Open Letter to Gawker's Hamilton Nolan (Re: Brooklyn)

(0) Comments | Posted March 20, 2013 | 5:37 PM

Dear Mr. Nolan,

It never occurred to me, but when it did, I was taken aback. My entire life I've gentrified. Between Utah, Georgia, Florida and Brooklyn, there's nowhere I lived where I haven't contributed to a "upcoming neighborhood."

But, as far as Brooklyn goes, let's talk.

In your...

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Between the Brownstones: A Southern Perspective on a Northern View

(0) Comments | Posted March 15, 2013 | 2:59 PM

In February of 2012, I was elected editor-in-chief of my school's paper. I had an awesome apartment on the outskirts of Historic Downtown Savannah, Ga. where I had a fierce group of neighbors who acted as family. As such, I was never alone. My rent was cheap, we ate well...

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