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Images from my run this evening: playing soccer in the fountain, the Unisphere, and the Corona Yard. (at Flushing Meadows - Corona Park)

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St. George’s Episcopal Church Flushing, Queens (at St. George’s Church (Queens))

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Fiona and Colin check out the new equipment on their favorite playground.<img width="300" height="169" style="float: right; padding:10px;" src="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=300" class="attachment-medium size-medium wp-post-image" alt="" srcset="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=300 300w, https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=600 600w, https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" data-attachment-id="127107" data-permalink="http://dialann.org/2017/07/14/fiona-and-colin-check-out-the-new-heckscher-playground-in-bushwick-brooklyn/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab/" data-orig-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png" data-orig-size="1280,720" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta='{"aperture":"0","credit":"","camera":"","caption":"","created_timestamp":"0","copyright":"","focal_length":"0","iso":"0","shutter_speed":"0","title":"","orientation":"0"}' data-image-title="Fiona and Colin check out the new Heckscher Playground in Bushwick, Brooklyn, 1 January 2016" data-image-description="<p>720p screengrab</p> " data-medium-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=300" data-large-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2016-jan-1_heckscher-playground-bushwick_720p-screengrab1.png?w=676"> Date: 1 January 2016Location: Heckscher Playground, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York For us, it was always “the playground across the street” — Fiona’s favorite place to play. But the equipment was old and in desperate need of an upgrade, which finally happened in 2015. Fiona and Colin marked the new year on 1 January 2016 by checking…View On WordPress

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Because she’s really a Brooklyn kid at heart. (at Nathan’s Famous)

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I love this kid in the bowtie he’s wearing to church today. (at The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints)

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Nothing to see here … just our view as we play mini golf. ⛳ (at Mini Golf at Pier 25)

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Heath is so happy to be riding the tire song with his new friend Cora. (at Central Park)

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On 16 March 2009, a new South Ferry station, the southern terminus of the New York City Subway’s 1 train, opened under Lower Manhattan. It was New York City’s first new subway station in 20 years and corrected several issues that affected the old South Ferry station, which opened in 1905, and in turn affected the entire 1 line. Then, just three and a half years later, on 29 October 2012, hurricane Sandy made landfall on New Jersey’s coast, sending a storm surge that inundated Lower Manhattan. The new South Ferry station filled with saltwater — over 50 million liters (15 million gallons) of it, in fact. In a few short hours, the new station, which cost over half a billion dollars, was destroyed. As a restoration effort got underway, the old 1905 South Ferry station was reopened so 1 train riders could continue to connect to and from the Staten Island Ferry and other transportation options and destinations at Manhattan’s southern tip. (Back in March I went to the old South Ferry station to check it out before it closed once again — this time for good. See my photos and videos here.) Finally, at noon yesterday, 27 June 2017, nearly five years and $369 million later, the new South Ferry station reopened to passengers. The reconstructed station is largely the same as the one that was destroyed in 2012. There are a few subtle changes here and there. Perhaps the most apparent are the station name signs emblazoned on the station’s walls, which are bigger than they used to be, reflecting the lettering and sizing on other new stations in the subway system.1 Additional changes include slightly different lighting fixtures and differences in signage throughout the station. There are no longer square black signs that read “South Ferry” on columns, and wayfinding signage, which formerly was found over the platform so it could be seen by passengers as they exited trains, is now found at the platform level only above stairs and escalators. But the biggest change to the station is on the surface. As part of an effort not only to repair and restore the South Ferry station but to make it resilient against future storms, surface entrances to the station can now be sealed off to protect the station against floodwaters. The new entrances are perhaps a bit less aesthetically pleasing than the delicate glass awnings of their 2009 predecessors, but clearly something a bit sturdier is needed to keep out 50 million liters of water. I went to the repaired and reopened South Ferry station during rush hour yesterday to check it out. You can check out my photos below (see even more photos in my album on Flickr). Station signage over the northern entrance to the station, between Battery Park and State Street. Looking toward the southern end of the station from the platform next to the uptown track (track 4). (The tracks at the station are numbered 1, the downtown track, and 4, the uptown track. And, of course, as the southern terminus of the 1 train, all trains at this station go uptown, regardless of which track they leave from.) The station’s name emblazoned on the wall. This is one of the few changes to the station that resulted from the post-Sandy restoration and repair. Originally the station names on the walls were significantly smaller. The new lettering reflects the lettering and sizing on other new stations in the New York City Subway system. Looking north along the platform next to the uptown track/track 4. (The tracks at the station are numbered 1, the downtown track, and 4, the uptown track. And, of course, as the southern terminus of the 1 train, all trains at this station go uptown, regardless of which track they leave from.) The central section of the platform, showing the station sign, central columns, and ceiling vault. The upward-shining, sconce-style light fixtures on the columns are of a different style than they were before Sandy. This is one of the few changes to the station that resulted from

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Nearly five years after hurricane Sandy destroyed it, the new South Ferry station, the southern terminus of the New York City Subway’s 1 train, reopened at noon today. It originally opened 16 March 2009 and replaced the original South Ferry station, which dated from 1905. It was destroyed just three and a half years later when Sandy made landfall and flooded Lower Manhattan in 29 October 2012. (at South Ferry/Whitehall Street)

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The Paris Agreement is more prominent than ever. Now teachers can help their students learn more about the agreement with free downloads.

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75 Murray Street, Manhattan This building is a couple of blocks north of the World Trade Center and was built in 1858. Its façade is likely cast iron painted white. (at Tribeca Historic District)

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I was really struck by this building’s original art deco entrance. 7500 Fourth Avenue, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, built 1931 (at Bay Ridge, Brooklyn)

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Learn what's changed in the latest version of my terms and conditions, effective 1 June 2017.

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The crown atop Bank of America’s headquarters in my hometown, Charlotte, 11 April 2017. I was downloading photos from my camera earlier today and ran across this one. #nofilter (at Bank of America Corporate Center)

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Old and new. The sign on the right is hand-painted. (at Mets–Willets Point)

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Colin's first haircut

Colin was born with a mop of hair, so when he was 8½ months old it was time to give it a trim.<img width="300" height="169" style="float: right; padding:10px;" src="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=300" class="attachment-medium size-medium wp-post-image" alt="" srcset="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=300 300w, https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=600 600w, https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" data-attachment-id="127099" data-permalink="http://dialann.org/2017/07/14/colins-first-haircut/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab/" data-orig-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png" data-orig-size="1920,1080" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta='{"aperture":"0","credit":"","camera":"","caption":"","created_timestamp":"0","copyright":"","focal_length":"0","iso":"0","shutter_speed":"0","title":"","orientation":"0"}' data-image-title="Colin’s first haircut, 26 September 2014" data-image-description="<p>1080p screengrab (0m20s)</p> " data-medium-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=300" data-large-file="https://dialannmag.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/2014-sep-26_colins-first-haircut_1080p-screengrab.png?w=676"> Date: 26 September 2014Location: Brooklyn, New York Colin was born with a mop of hair, and by the time he was over 8½ months old it was time to give it a trim. Watch on YouTubeView On WordPress

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This is the Kaskel & Kaskel Building. It’s a Beaux Arts–style building at the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and 32nd Street, two blocks from the Empire State Building. It was built in 1903, but it may soon be demolished to make room for a 40-story, 164-meter (539-foot) luxury condo tower. I wanted to capture this building before it’s gone forever. (at Murray Hill area)

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Not normally where I would spend a Friday night, but I won another ticket lottery for a Broadway show, so why not? (at Times Square, New York City)

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Our children don’t realize just how 21st century they are: watching The Incredibles on the iPad while waiting for the Macy’s Independence Day fireworks over the East River to begin. (at United Nations)

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A post shared by Dustin Tyler Joyce (@dtjoyce) on Jun 28, 2017 at 4:13pm PDT #rushhour (at Forest Hills Station House)

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The new South Ferry station: repaired, reinforced, and reopened

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After five years of effort and $369 million, the New York City Subway's new South Ferry station reopened to the public at noon on Tuesday, 27 June 2017. Here are photos of the restored station, repaired and reinforced against future storms.

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Riding the ferry. ⛴️ (at East River Ferry’s Greenpoint Landing)

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The vault over the crossing at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey, which is the fifth largest cathedral in the United States. (at Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart)

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The MV John A. Noble docked at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in St. George, Staten Island. This is one of the two smallest boats in the Staten Island Ferry fleet. (at St. George Terminal)

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Omaha Beach, Normandy, from the perspective of U.S. soldiers as they landed on D-Day, 6 June 1944, and my own view of Omaha Beach when I visited for the 60th anniversary of D-Day in June 2004. It is a beautiful place, and it is hard for me to fathom what took place there that day as well as the courage and selflessness of these soldiers who disembarked, as the title of the 1944 photo notes, “into the jaws of death.” #DDay #WWII (at Omaha Beach)

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The Upper East Side Looking northeast from the west side of Third Avenue between East 64th and 65th streets. (at Upper East Side)

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Unexpected find in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park on my run this evening: a Roman column from A.D. 120. A stone tablet in front of it reads: COLUMN OF JERASH This column was presented to the New York World’s Fair and the City of New York by His Majesty King Hussein of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on the occasion of Jordan’s participation in the fair. The column was received by the Honorable Robert Moses, president, New York World’s Fair 1964–1965 Corporation. This is one of many columns in a temple, erected by the Romans in 120 AD, that stood in the Roman city of Jerash, Jordan. The columns are known as the Whispering Columns of Jerash. (at Flushing Meadows - Corona Park)

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West concourse, World Trade Center Transportation Hub (at Westfield World Trade Center)

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The Throgs Neck Bridge, the easternmost of three bridges that connect Queens and the Bronx. It passes over the channel that connects the East River to Long Island Sound. All three bridges were built by Robert Moses and his Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority. The Throgs Neck Bridge opened to traffic on 11 January 1961; it has a total length of 890 meters (2,910 feet) with a central span of 550 meters (1,800 feet), which passes 43 meters (142 feet) over the waters below. (at Throgs Neck Bridge)

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Shopping in the Garment District. Gray Lines Linen 260 West 39th Street (at Garment District, Manhattan)

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Earlier today Fiona asked if we could go to an amusement park. If you know me, you know I’m not the kind of person to turn down such a request from anyone, especially my own daughter. So Coney Island it was this evening — and finally, after all these years, I rode the Wonder Wheel for the first time. (at Coney Island)

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In an Empire State of mind. #ESB #NYC #🗽 #🏙️ (at Empire State Building)

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You may have thought that New York City Transit’s newest rail stations were those on the Second Avenue Subway — 72 St, 86 St, and 96 St, which opened on 1 January 2017. But you’d be wrong. The most recent one is actually on Staten Island: Arthur Kill, which opened on 21 January 2017 and replaced the former Atlantic and Nassau stations on the Staten Island Railway. (Interesting tidbit: Arthur Kill also has the first park-and-ride lot in the New York City Transit system.) (at Arthur Kill (Staten Island Railway station))

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The cornerstone of our church building, which, as you can see, used to be a watchmaking school. (at The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints)

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This little station is one of New York City’s best. Long Island Rail Road Forest Hills Station, Queens (at Forest Hills Station House)

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ReThinkNYC Regional Unified Network Overview from ReThink Studio on Vimeo.

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The new rainbow crosswalk near the Stonewall Inn. (at Stonewall Inn)

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Free download makes the Paris Agreement more accessible for classrooms and students

Teachers can download the Paris Agreement for free in a variety of formats for classroom use.<img width="300" height="200" style="float: right; padding:10px;" src="https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=300" class="attachment-medium size-medium wp-post-image" alt="" srcset="https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=300 300w, https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=600 600w, https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" data-attachment-id="2748" data-permalink="http://dtjoyce.com/2017/06/21/free-download-text-of-paris-agreement/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016/" data-orig-file="https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg" data-orig-size="4832,3221" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta='{"aperture":"2.8","credit":"","camera":"NIKON D4S","caption":"","created_timestamp":"1461316200","copyright":"","focal_length":"14","iso":"2000","shutter_speed":"0.005","title":"","orientation":"1"}' data-image-title="John Kerry addresses delegates at the United Nations, 22 April 2016" data-image-description="<p>United States Department of State, PD<br /> https://www.flickr.com/photos/statephotos/26514585581/</p> " data-medium-file="https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=300" data-large-file="https://dtjoyce.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/john-kerry-addresses-delegates-at-the-united-nations-22-april-2016.jpg?w=676">Download the complete English text of the Paris Agreement in PDF for free:Teachers Pay Teachers | Scribd | Google Drive | PDF John Kerry, then U.S. secretary of state, addresses delegates gathered to sign the Paris Agreement at United Nations Headquarters in New York on Earth Day, 22 April 2016. U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement earlier this month that the United States would withdraw…View On WordPress

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The new Long Island Rail Road concourse — phase 1 of the Moynihan Station project — just opened on Thursday, 15 June 2017, at 6am. This morning Colin and I went to check it out — and, of course, to catch an LIRR train for a Saturday adventure. #NYC #PennStation #MoynihanStation #MTA #LIRR #🚆 #🚉 @mtalirr (at Moynihan Station)

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Rowhouses and a cobblestone street, Bay Ridge Place, in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. (at Bay Ridge, Brooklyn)

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Fiona made jam tarts for our family’s dessert this evening. 😋 (at New York, New York)

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Updated terms & conditions effective 1 June 2017Updated terms and conditions covering my relationship with most clients, effective 1 June 2017, are now available in HTML and PDF. Here’s what’s new or different from the previous version: REVISED ¶1.B. Definitions. The definition for “in writing” now includes “or other digital means,” in addition to email. NEW ¶3.D. Payments not received.This informs clients that failure to pay in full by the… View On WordPress

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A post shared by Dustin Tyler Joyce (@dtjoyce) on May 27, 2017 at 4:18pm PDT Riding on her skateboard down the ramp to the dining concourse at Grand Central. Yes, because her dad is just that cool. (Or that bad — take your pick.) (at Grand Central Terminal)

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__________ is watching you. ( #IngSoc?) (at Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park)

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