I want to go off-uni today and tell you about a really swell day I had on Saturday with all sorts of interesting design-related pleasures. It began when the Tugboat Captain and I decided to go to the Brooklyn Army Terminal. A few floors of the terminal have been converted into artists’ studios, and they . . . → Read More: A Well-Spent Day in Brooklyn
For most of the summer, the Tugboat Captain and I had been meaning to check out this bowling center in Union, N.J., called Hy-Way Bowl. After a few false starts, we finally went there on Saturday afternoon.
Hy-Way’s roadside sign has seen better days, but it’s still pretty spectacular. Imagine how it must have looked . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Field Trip: Hy-Way Bowl
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First and foremost, please join me in giving a standing O to to Phil, Mike, Alex, John, and Brinke for keeping the site running while I was on my annual August break. That goes double for Phil, who had to deal with an endless series of NBA unveilings early in . . . → Read More: What I Did on My Summer Break
Photo by Mary Bakija; for all of today images, click to enlarge
Back on April 4, we had a Ticker entry that read like so: “Alex Shuman recently went duckpin bowling at a charming place called Perillo’s Bowl-O-Drome in Waterbury, Conn. ‘Sadly, the owner is closing the place for good . . . → Read More: Of Ducks and Dogs: Connecticut Road Trip Report