The story of how two New Leaf Journal authors rescued a pigeon in need.
The fourth pigeon is always the trickiest.
Justin is troubled by people buying Christmas trees too early.
I saw it. Therefore you must see it too. QED.
As advertised by the headline, against shanty towns in New York City.
Trying to explain the peculiar orientation of a certain Brooklyn Heights stop sign.
“[O]nly a fraction—perhaps no more than one-tenth of students—need to be hard-core troublemakers in order for good education to become impossible.” -Thomas Sowell
A reminder that mourning doves and common pigeons are closely related – and very similar if you’re a sparrow.
“People call him the Mayor of Brooklyn Heights” (I am confident that this is not the case. -NAF).
The eye-catch image is rotated 90 degrees – but the article (hint) has the original.
〜This pigeon knows that it’s striking〜
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