Culture on the Cheap
LAST GASP: JOIN US
This comes from an anonymous tipster:
It’s amazing how a little blog post by yours truly and the deluge online attention which followed motivates some of our electeds* to actually
do something say something. Albeit over a month after Barie Shortell was brutally assaulted.
CRIME ALERT FLYER SESSION
March 24, 2011 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
North 7 Street and Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211
*Make no mistake about it, gentle readers: ALL our elected officials knew about this before I or the Community Board did. The police are required to give this information to them. Why not swing by and ask our Public Servants what took them so long? Or why Ms. Quinn refused to go to the “Gay Bash” because she found its name “offensive”? If the victim of said “bash” was present (he was) I fail to see why she would have a problem. Or is the real matter at hand politics?