Filed under: Midtown, Midtown Manhattan, New York City, The Natives Are Getting Restless, The Word On The Street, Wow
This comes via an anonymous tipster who writes:
…noticed this amazing piece of graffiti this morning. the renaming of the branch in essence rewrote history, dismissing the significance of all previous efforts to create a public institution…
UPDATE, 1:37 pm: Going.
Filed under: 11231, Carroll Gardens, Carroll Gardens Brooklyn, Crosstown Local, The Natives Are Getting Restless, The Word On The Street
As spotted at the Carroll Street stop on July 8, 2015. Anyone?
Filed under: 11222, Culture War, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, The Word On The Street
It would appear these missives have finally made their way to this side of the East River. Not a minute too soon, I will add…
Filed under: 11222, Feral Furniture, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, The Word On The Street
This value-added specimen (which a fellow we’ll call “J” was kind enough to bring to my attention) hails from Nassau Avenue between Diamond and Newell Street. Lest you are wondering, gentle readers, it is still there as of the writing of this post. Cheers!
Taken by Ron Anthony Bautista.
Filed under: 11222, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, Urban Artifact
Taken July 3, 2015.
Filed under: 11222, GENIUS, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, Stuff That Makes Miss Heather Happy, The Word On The Street
I am pleased to announce that the airplane bottle art project is well along the way to completion!
It would appear after a visit and thorough inspection courtesy of New York’s Bravest*, the Salvation Army is closed until further notice. UPDATE, 3:41 pm: word on the street is the Salvation Army’s space experienced flooding. Once this is remediated they will reopen. We’ll see…
*It is my understanding that 977 Manhattan Avenue was inspected as well. Why does this stuff always happen while I am on vacation?
Taken July 2, 2015.
Yes folks, nothing says “Welcome home” from a vacation in New Mexico quite like a, this, tenement on wheels. What’s more, an eagle-eyed bystander (who is clearly a connoisseur of fine motor vehicles/”rides”) was kind enough to bring to my attention the car parked behind it.
A retired police car festooned with not one— but two— American flags. I have given this the moniker “the Bluesmobile” (for obvious reasons)…