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We New Yorkers know how to put the mileage on our feet.  Here are two walking events this weekend that will allow you to enjoy the walk and not just worry about where you have to be.   Hell, you can even Jadewalk your way to the events!

Brooklyn Walks Back

This 2.3 mile Walkathon today is to raise community awareness and fund for 'œlegal full court press' against Ratner’s new Atlantic Yards mega-development plan in Fort Greene.  You’ll meet like-minded Brooklynites out to make the people’s voice heard!  Plus, you will end at one of the greatest eateries EVER '“ Habana Outpost.  (mmm' traditional Mexican grilled street corn!!)  The walk starts at Brooklyn Borough Hall, and you’ll tour the neighborhoods that have been/will be directly affected by this development project.  You can Register on the website.

Walk Don’t Destroy Brooklyn
Saturday, October 17th
Borough Hall (Start at Court and Remsen) [Downtown Brooklyn]
1-2pm sign in, 2-4pm walk, 5pm on party at Habana Outpost

Burn Some Dust

You know you’ve always wanted to check out Southeastern Queens.  So join Matt Green and Rob Moncure, two handsome, interesting fellows, who have set out to walk their way around New York and its surrounding boroughs.  Like they say, 'œGet off your but and come walk around the city with us!'  Sunday’s walk is 20 miles through Broadway Junction, City Line, Ozone Park, South Jamaica, St. Albans, and Hollis.

Hey I’m Walking Here!
Sunday, October 18th
Southeastern Queens Walk #44
Meeting point: Northwest corner of Van Sinderen Avenue and Fulton Street [Brooklyn]

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Danielle was raised by a pack of coyotes in the Los Angeles hills. Since arriving in NY in 2001, she has had any number of strange jobs, including back-up singing for JELVIS (the Jewish Elvis), starting the non-profit LYDIA, and writing political cabarets. A huge advocate for travel as a way of life, you can find her at the Brooklyn Public Library when her bank account is empty, fantasizing about where to head off to next.