East Williamsburg Photo Du Jour: F*ck

From Montrose Avenue.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Photos Du Jour: Racked & Stacked

From Stagg & Meserole Street

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Abjectecture Du Jour: 94 Scholes Street

Every so often I like to include the Mister in my activities. Sometimes my reasons for doing so are laudable, sometimes they aren’t. Last night falls into the former category. You see, as I was walking down Scholes Street yesterday afternoon I saw something that profoundly disturbed me. Wishing to know if I was merely having a fit of pique, I decided to get the Mister’s  take.

Me: What do you think of this?


The Mister: Ew.
Me: What gets me is this they actually tried to make it look nice. Or at least they thought they were making it look nice.
The Mister: It looks like they bought that building by the yard.

This is one of the most hideous things I have ever seen. There, I said it. I feel much better now.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: Scholes Street

Taken February 21, 2010.

Miss Heather

New York Shitty Day Ender: Thought For The Day

February 21, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11206, Criminal Activity, East Williamsburg, East Williamsburg Brooklyn 

Since a significant number of today’s posts have featured criminal activity of one stripe or another I will leave you this evening with this item from East Williamsburg— and a thought.

If you are going to purloin a piece of public property it might be a good idea not to showcase it in the front window of your apartment. The only thing that cries out “arrest me” more would be wearing this bad boy around your neck a la Flava Flav. Preferably with a Viking helmet.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: Egypt

From Montrose Avenue.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Recession Watch Part II: Graham Avenue

While I do not condone criminal activity I have to confess the trucker bomb is a very nice coup de grace. A final “fuck you” to “the man”, if you know what I mean.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Recession Watch Part I: Montrose Avenue

If Mike of 29 Montrose Avenue is reading this someone would very much like to be compensated. In closing I would feel remiss if I didn’t point out that although this building has yet to be completed, it is already richly appointed with iron oxide.

Nice.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Photo Du Jour: Java

From Meserole Street.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: Critter

From Scholes Street.

Miss Heather