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The next will be Ridgewood in Queens, Moss says, close to the already hyper-gentrified Bushwick and Greenpoint.The End of New York: How One Blog Tracks the Disappearance of a Vibrant City|Tim Teeman|August 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ridgewood, New Jersey is close to New York City and has good schools.
Then, the family moved to Ridgewood, where her father began to pursue a career writing jingles.
Japanese walnuts were also grown on the farm at Ridgewood and some of these are now bearing.
The thirty-six inch main laid from Ridgewood in 1858 was followed by an additional forty-eight inch main laid in 1867.
Ridgewood water was supplied to the city through mains which were opened on December 4, 1858.
One had bought a damaged dress-pattern in Ridgewood, and had gone that afternoon to obtain satisfaction.
Maria opened her pocket-book and said, mechanically, the name of the first station which came into her head, “Ridgewood.”