We’re a pretty friendly neighborhood. We love welcoming people to our part of town so much that we have signs that welcome you to our part of town. And these signs wish you good health while you’re here. Know where … Continue reading
While parking can be a pain, we’ve got some pretty cool driveways and garages in the neighborhood.
Let’s talk about bricks. And not the kind referenced in songs by Ben Folds Five. We have a thing for buildings that use bricks. Partially because it’s not as common, but mostly because we love the colors and texture it … Continue reading
You can spot tons of birds around the neighborhood. Pigeons, crows and the occasional seagull end up lounging around in trees or scouring Patricia’s Green for food. Do you know where we found this little one? We get the feeling … Continue reading
You see them. They may (or may not) open up your eyes. That’s right, we’re talking about signs. We’ve noticed many kinds in different languages with different purposes all around our neighborhood… but especially liked this one. Do you know … Continue reading
There are lots of shops on Hayes Street that offer outdoor seating. But a few of them provide alternatives to your usual table and chairs. Do you know where you can find this bird-friendly bench?
How well do you know your addresses? This building sits between our neighborhood and another. Let us know 1) what building this is and 2) what it’s supposed to become in the future. (Hint: There’s a previous story about it)
We see lots of polite things around the neighborhood, such as people holding doors… and signs that have manners. Do you know where you can find this sign attached to a white picket fence?
We have a lot of historical markers and plaques sprinkled throughout the neighborhood commemorating old buildings and notable sites. Do you know the building to which this marker belongs?
We were walking around the other day, admiring pastries and shoes in various displays, when we saw a few of these taped against windows in the front of a store. Do you know where this was taken?