How did a Superfund site end up in South Brooklyn? Originally a series of tidal creeks, the native Americans named it Gowanes Creek in honor of Chief Gowanes of the Canarses tribe, who lived, hunted, and fished along its length.
Grand Army Plaza, the northern entrance to Prospect Park, is of special interest to Civil War enthusiasts with the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch, a colossal granite Arc de Triomphe.
Today’s Red Hook is much smaller than its original boundaries. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Red Hook point was a shipping destination and is today the home of Fairway grocery store.
Frank Manzi brought his music to the backyards and kitchens of his fans with concerts along the east coast in unique settings like Wayne and Tonja’s magic forest, their backyard piece of heaven. “Just to hear You Breathe” was breathtaking in the foothills of the Appalaichian Mountains along Moss Creek in Morganton, North Carolina
We celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969. True heroes to the entire world. And check out the celebration in Washington projecting Apollo 11 on all four sides of the Washington Monument in actual size. It’s spectacular.
The best players in college baseball hone their skills during the summer months in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL). The Worcester Bravehearts (Massachusetts) brought Vandy Boys to New England leading up to their emotional National Championship. Take a road trip to see baseball in its purest form.
The singular face of evil comes to Manhattan as the Museum of Jewish Heritage presents Auschwitz and its role in the Holocaust in detail.
On Saturday, May 18, Brooklynites will see the entire D-Day Squadron fly in formation from Oxford, CT and around the Statue of Liberty.
It’s been 75-years since the skies were filled with C-47s on their way to France to begin the D-Day invasion. Today, I went to the home base of the D-Day Squadron at Waterbury-Oxford Airport to meet Dave Hamilton, one of twenty C47 Pathfinder Pilots who left England at ten minutes after midnight, flying plane #14, leading the way to Normandy, dropping paratroopers the night before the invasion.
When two people you highly admire come together with a dream journey down Route 66, all you can do is say “I can’t wait to see their results.” Jean Fruth, one of today’s pre-eminent baseball photographers, and retiring National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum president, Jeff Idelson, launched Grassroots Baseball – dedicated to celebrating the amateur game.