You never can tell what you might find walking down Longfellow alleys! Dog licks cat, cat licks gnome! Photo: Megan Longtine-Jones

Update: After the news of De Roma came out earlier this week that he is a supporter of the white supremacist David Duke, it's important for the community to know that Longfellow365 denounces white supremacy, neo-nazis, the KKK and any of its supporters or sympathizers. This project does not support De Loma or his business... Continue Reading →

Meet Beth a Longfellow resident who makes her point by biking. A social worker by profession on her way to work early this morning she crossed my path on her bike as I was out and about taking photos. When I saw her bike sign I followed her (okay chased her in my car, do... Continue Reading →

Wow, this year has just flown by! I remember how excited I was that January 1st was a Friday and I got to start the ball rolling. I am so grateful to have been part of the Longfellow365 Project. It has challenged me creatively, photography skill-wise and life- and time-wise. There were many l days... Continue Reading →

Wonderland Amusement Park opened in 1905 between Lake & 32nd St. and 31st & 32nd Avenues. Some of the popular attractions were roller coaster, miniature train, carousel, and the “House of Nonsense, but the Infantorium was the biggest hit. Visitors could watch nurses taking care of premature babies in newly invented incubators, a marvel for... Continue Reading →

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