Then & Now

Places | Then & Now
The Bowne House: A Story of Religious Freedom

Located in Flushing, Queens, the house is considered the birthplace of American religious action.

Mar 8, 2018
Nonfiction | Then & Now
The Before and After Of Popular Downsized Technology

The bigger an object the better it must be. This was for the longest time the idea most people held on to. However, time has made it clear that you can downsize anything with astounding results. From devices and gadgets to cars and even information, our world has made a rapid shift from being enamored with the big to being obsessed with tinier versions of the very same things.

Feb 24, 2017
Nonfiction | Then & Now
How Have Selfies Changed Our World

A decade ago it was not a normal occurrence to see people leaning over railings, making duck faces, and striking poses at all times in the name of a picture

Feb 16, 2017
Nonfiction | Then & Now
Different cities

Tattoos, cats, & forever.

Nov 23, 2016
Places | Then & Now
Only the Dogs Know Red Hook

A dangling bit of coastline at the bottom of Brooklyn.

Nov 15, 2016
Places | Then & Now
A Visit to Charlotte Street

“The story we tell about the Bronx is changing.”

Oct 5, 2016
Nonfiction | Then & Now
The Memory: In Defense of Suicidal Ideation

I don’t really want to die; I just want to be dying—in the Romantic, Victorian sense. I’m sure I’m not the only one to feel this way. Most people know the story of Sleeping Beauty. Surely I’m not the only little girl to grow up thinking that the dreaming princess had it made.

Sep 7, 2016
Nonfiction | Then & Now
I’d Rather Be a Boy

A short reflection on a childhood spent wanting to be something I’m decidedly not.

Aug 23, 2016
Places | Then & Now
Towers of Tomorrow

“They looked like abandoned villain headquarters in a comic book.”

Apr 20, 2016
Places | Then & Now
Where Entire Rooms Have Gone Missing

On the legacy and future of Brooklyn’s Admiral’s Row houses.

Feb 17, 2016