The Word On The Street, Part II: Knickerbocker Avenue

Knickerbocker 3 nys

Knickerbocker 2 nys

Knickerbocker 1 nys

It is fascinating (to me anyway— and not in a good way) when I see sentiments on a sidewalk which echo a snow globe I made not terribly long ago.

Of course now that Greenpoint and Williamsburg have become prohibitively expensive folks have to move somewhere. And with them come selective enforcement…

Crosstown Local Photos Du Jour: The Brown Word

Church Avenue Platform NYS

Shit NYS

Taken July 18, 2014.

The Word On The Street: Special Greenpoint Waterfront Edition

Part 1 NYS

Part 2 NYS

The truth hurts.

(Taken July 16, 2014.)

Crosstown Local Photos Du Jour: And On It Goes…

More Airbnb Commentary NYS

New Yorkers Do Not Agree Apparently NYS

The above morsels of Greenpoint goodness were shot on the Church Avenue bound platform at Greenpoint Avenue. I for one am really enjoying the evolving commentary on this poster. On a related note, there is some blue-chip material to be found on Airbnb’s Twitter feed as well. Follows is my favorite thus far:

airbnbsexfest

On a final a decidedly not funny note is this recent broadcast of the Leonard Lopate show wherein Senator Liz Krueger talks about Airbnb. She mentions among many other things that this company is lobbying Albany— hard— to essentially scrap housing regulations altogether. Disturbed yet? You should be, gentle readers…

 

The Word On The Street: Welcome to Jerklyn

Jerklyn 600

Williamsburg Bridge 600

Taken June 20, 2014.

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Just Say No

Diane Greene Lent (who took this photograph) notes:

June 5, 2014: Protest at the home of billionaire David Koch at 740 Park Ave.

The Word On The Street: Manning, Assange, Snowden

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Manning Assange Snowden 600

Taken June 5, 2014.

The Word On The Street, Part II: Queens Boulevard

Taken May 30, 2014.

The Word On The Street: 10th Street Free Press

Yours truly opted to take a friend visiting by the building on 10th Street whose walls have become the home to many an epistle. We did did not come away disappointed. When I arrived home I did a little fact-checking. I was curious to see if the Empire State was in fact the most corrupt (whether or not Mr, Putin runs the United States government is anyone’s guess). This would appear not to be the case. Still, it is the thought that counts!

Crosstown Local Photos Du Jour: G is for…

Taken May 5, 2014.