Filed under: 11106, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Long Island City, Long Island City Queens, Street Art, Stuff That Makes Miss Heather Happy, The Word On The Street
Taken April 14, 2014.
Taken April 12, 2014.
Two things which, in yours truly’s observation, tend to go together…
(Taken March 9, 2014.)
Yesterday the Mister and myself sojourned down Steinway Street. We needed a change of pace. It was at a rather amazing restaurant/deli, Beirut Restaurant, that I happened upon this product. Fits of laughter followed. I quickly advised the Mister I had a new nickname for him. I think I need not go any further other than to say he did not find this nearly as entertaining as I did. In any case, do check out Beirut Restaurant out!
Filed under: 11105, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Criminal Activity, Stuff The Makes Heather Sad
This is eerily reminiscent of a flyer I spied on Manhattan Avenue not terribly long ago. As to whether this is a new trend (burglarizing apartments and puppies) is anyone’s guess— either way it is not cool. If anyone has seen Binti or knows of her whereabouts please contact her people at the above-listed telephone number. Thanks!
This magnificent beast (who I was told— and totally believe— weighs 20 pounds) holds court at Jolsons Fine Wines.
Filed under: 11105, 11222, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Feral Furniture, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, Urban Artifact
23rd Avenue, 11105
Manhattan Avenue 11222
(All taken October 6, 2013)
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?
Filed under: 11105, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Stuff That Makes Miss Heather Happy, The Word On The Street
As captured today in Astoria by Catherine Penfold (who was gracious enough to let me share it here— thanks!)
An actual quote from this tome (which was published yesterday, August 26th):
Ciafone is self-funding his race, which he says separates him from those who might want to buy influence.
This fellow truly is the gift that keeps on giving folks. Too bad the Times Ledger didn’t ask some of Mr. Ciafone’s tenants here in north Brooklyn what they think of this fellow…