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All of a sudden it’s too cold for sidewalk dining. Shorts after dark are scant for many of us. The doors are flung open because the indoor temperature is about 90 from the tortillas on the flat-top grill.

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My theory is that the picnickers were about to spear some food and throw it on the grill, then the rain started coming down again, so they tossed the skewers in the air and declared, “The hell with it!” and went out for pizza and beer.

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September already, can you believe it? The days are shorter, nights are cooler. For once, the end of summer, weather-wise, has come before Labor Day.

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A lot of rain recently has contributed to the lush, late-summer greenery. The graffiti-ed fence will remind you that you’re still in Brooklyn.

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This is an anything goes summer, in terms of fashion. People are piling on plaid upon plaid and wearing two or three patterns at once. This kid’s being pretty tame.

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They cleared the pool when it started raining, but when it stopped after a few minutes, no one was eager to jump back in. It’s 80 and breezy and we’re not complaining a bit. Well, it is a little humid….

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Yesterday evening, as predicted, during late rush hour, the downpours came. People either had no umbrella, or they were ready with boots, umbrella, and rain jacket, i.e., the whole works.

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This lollipop on a hot day is unsettling. It looks to me like a crime scene.

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Many stripes here, the up and down and across. From a few feet, and minus the garden hose, it looks like a flag.

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Real Estate, a band from NJ, was the warm-up act for The Feelies at the Celebrate Brooklyn performance in Prospect Park on Saturday night. They were young and sincere, and the music wasn’t half bad.

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