Filed under: 11205, Clinton Hill, Clinton Hill Brooklyn, Culture War, Gentrification
Remember folks: NO SKI MASKS!
(Taken by Michael.)
Taken July 11, 2014.
If anyone out there is in need of a feral Citibike, head over to Spencer Court just north of Kosciuszko Street. There a ride awaits you!
Filed under: 11205, Bed-Stuy, Bed-Stuy Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Clinton Hill Brooklyn
Taken by Chris Polinsky.
From Tompkins Avenue.
If Bill Murray is listening out there, there’s a residence on Bedford Avenue with your name on it…
Taken by thoth1618.
Filed under: 11205, Bloomblight, Clinton Hill, Clinton Hill Brooklyn, Culture War, Street Justice, The Word On The Street
If this missive (which graces 203 Clifton Place) is to be believed, there’s a special pee spot just for you!
Just follow your nose next door to 207.
Go get ‘em tigers!
Filed under: 11205, 11206, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, Wow, WTF
The primary might be over, but the mysteries and vestiges remain. Like these posters on Broadway in Astoria, Queens the Mister and I spied this weekend, for example. Why are they here?
I am not an Astoria resident, much less a constituent of Ms. Simotasas. However, on July 2nd and July second only, that might have to change.
Racks. That’s pretty gnarly. I would even go so far to say it makes “Hooters” seem classy by comparison. So it goes.
In closing I would like to propose the following:
- a group of Williamsburg and Greenpoint residents be assembled
- said group attends this hearing
- at this convocation this group proposes that exchange for “Racks” we will give them 3-4 of our more problematic “eating and drinking establishments”
This is a fair trade if you ask me. Pervs in exchange for public pissers and pukers. Anyone care to get the ball rolling and suggest an establishment or two we can re-gift to our comrades in Queens?
UPDATE: Naturally I had to brig this choice item to the attention of my colleague in Queens. Here’s Crappy’s take:
It’s not steps away from anything. It’s in an industrial area. She’s full of crap. And Astoria people aren’t going to Harlem to testify about anything. Not to mention this is illegally posted on public property.
You can (and should) read these posts authored by Queens Crap about this situation by clicking here and here. You see, it would appear that the real interests being protected here are those of a developer who has a stalled “mixed use” development nearby. I know. Shocking.