Posts tagged: in your neighborhood
Rocky Ridge Park creates one of this neighborhood’s boundaries. From the street, the park looks kind of boring — a strip of grass with some ball fields, a playground, and a building made more interesting with a few murals. The wooded area, if you step through the trees, reveals how the park and neighborhood were named.
It has been awhile, Sheldon/Charter Oak. Last time, the new development on Popieluszko Court was still quite unfinished and the former Capewell Horse Nail Co. factory was actively crumbling. Continue reading 'In Your Neighborhood: Sheldon/Charter Oak'»
This week’s batch of photos is the result of a few different trips to this neighborhood. One of these visits including watching a parade, making it more likely that people would be in the photos. During warm months, when we go out, it tends to be early in the day, before walking around for hours will cause heat stroke.
Still, when we traveled on an early Sunday morning recently, we still saw many residents out on their porches and in their yards. Continue reading 'In Your Neighborhood: Upper Albany'»
The tendency is to want every depiction to be beautiful, for our dirty laundry to never be noticed on the line. But how does one put something out there and expect invisibility?
Parkville might be faring better than some surrounding neighborhoods when it comes to warding off or dealing with things like graffiti and blight, but it is not immune either. Continue reading 'In Your Neighborhood: Parkville'»