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At the cleaners, there’s a reminder that your visit there might have been more fun. If you took the kids, though, you won’t have to tell them no.

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I don’t need to dine there. The reflections, plants, and tabletops are enough for me.

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The view and the reflections entranced me, so I forgot to look at the menu to see what kind of food they serve. The restaurant is near Bergen Street, if you want to go check it out.

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The ads up in the Burger King side windows were of happy people having a cookout. Then I looked in the front window and saw the paper crowns and a crisp reflection of the houses across the street. Not too many customers eating BK this afternoon.

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Some construction was planned on Willoughby Street near Metrotech about three years ago, but before work began, 15 artists put installations in abandoned storefronts. The demolition hasn’t happened yet, but the windows have remained. It has definitely beautified this neighborhood in transition.

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As Barclays Center goes up, so does the number of stores for rent in the area. Small boutiques that occupied spaces near Atlantic Mall have vanished over the last two years. We’ll see what the area looks like when the Nets settle in.

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Downtown Atlantic, makers of fine cupcakes before cupcakes took over the world, is no more. The window lettering remains, but the space on Atlantic Avenue is for rent. It’s sad to see another local business go under.

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At this Eastern European meat store, who can forget that Christmas is a week away? I am reminded that reindeer is eaten in many parts of the northern hemisphere. On Dasher, and Dancer, and Rudolph!

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Pond, trees, sky. I see some faces going up the middle of the image, but maybe I’ll save that for another day.

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A gray picture for a gray day. This shop on Atlantic Avenue always has busy windows and some interesting hand lettering.

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