Monthly Archives: November 2011

A Quick Thank You From Scouting NY!

Since last Monday, Scouting NY received over 100 reader donations totaling more than $1,700!! We’re about $4,700 from the 2012 goal of $5,000 – feel free to contribute any time by clicking the link in the sidebar! Thank you to all who donated! Happy Thanksgiving! New posts starting Monday… -SCOUT Read More »

Scouting NY At Union Docs This Sunday!

Hey everyone - I’ll be appearing at a UnionDocs speaking event in Williamsburg this Sunday, for anyone who’d like to join. The subject is on street historians, and also appearing will be Kevin Walsh of the unparalleled Forgotten-NY.com, Moses Gates of All City New York, and Cindy VandenBosch of UrbanOyster. More info here! In a city as vast as New ... Read More »

Is Scouting NY As Enjoyable As A Pack of Highlighters? A Handy Guide!

This evening, I received an inquisitive e-mail from an anonymous  reader with regard to my 3rd Annual Scouting NY fund-raising drive: Hmmm. An interesting question. How to put a value on content you’re used to getting for free? I’ve thought long and hard about it, and I think the only way is to compare the enjoyment you get from Scouting ... Read More »

Please Donate To Scouting NY!

Last Tuesday, Scouting NY celebrated its third birthday – hooray! In the past year alone, that’s over 125 new articles with more than 1,300 pictures. So here is my once-a-year fund-raising drive request to you, my readers: If you’re a fan of Scouting NY, would you please please consider making a donation to my film fund? I love doing Scouting NY, ... Read More »

The Most Amazing Room In Queens

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Last week, I went the New York Hall of Science in Queens to take some scout pictures, my first time visiting. The Hall of Science was originally built for the 1964 World’s Fair, and while it’s gone through many renovations over the years, this oddly-shaped cement portion speckled with black dots clearly dates back to its heyday. Honestly, it’s not ... Read More »