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Brooklyn to Alaska: life lessons from rugged wilderness for urban youth

October 19 | Michaela Keil

In a year when travel is nearly impossible, the Brooklyn to Alaska project, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit dedicated to exposing Brooklyn youth to Alaska’s wilderness, managed to make it work. Founded in 2007, Brooklyn to Alaska has grown from a trip with five boys, to multiple two-week excursions for Brooklyn youth. At its heart, the project’s […]

Letters to the Editor October 12

October 12 |

Carroll Gardens resident is shocked by faulty mail-in ballot that arrived last week. Transportation advocate reminisces on the anniversary of the Montague Street tunnel.

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