Fort Greene Park-goers take a stroll as the world opens back up. [Credit: Maeve Dunigan] (NEW YORK) — It’s 3 p.m. on a Thursday at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn. A child, his face half-covered by a purple cloth mask,
The scene in Greenpoint was different before—before the coronavirus pandemic, before quarantine, before the most crucial election of our lifetimes.
This community takes a break from the mess, and revels in the sun.