The Purrrrfect Halloween Kitty: Greenpoint Grace

September 27, 2009 ·
Filed under: 11211, 11222, Crazy Cat Lady, East Williamsburg, East Williamsburg Brooklyn 

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Remember Ving? If you don’t the following passage might refresh your memory. On June 2, 2009 I wrote:

…Someone, for reasons only known to him, saw fit to shave him: ear hair, whiskers and all.

We eventually drifted onto the subject of what to name this handsome chap. Lisa suggested that since he has been shorn we name him after a famous bald person. I immediately thought of Ving Rhames, as just like in the movie Pulp Fiction this little guy has had an encounter with someone he would just as well forget (WARNING: previous link is very NSFW) and quite frankly, whoever that person is, I too would very much like to go medieval on his ass.

Well, he is a she. Ving is Grace, she’s recovered (under Lisacat’s care) and is downright GORGEOUS!

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Grace (and a few of her friends) will be holding court at Muddy Paws today starting at 2:00 p.m. She’s been spayed, vaccinated and is feline Leukemia and FIV free.  All she needs is a home— maybe yours?

North Brooklyn Cats Adoption Event
September 27, 2009 starting at 2:00 p.m.
Muddy Paws
447 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

You’ll get nothing but good luck allowing this adoptable cutie cross your path!

Miss Heather

THIS WEEKEND: Empty Cages Collective Two Day Adopt-a-thon

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Yet another contender in this jam-packed weekend has come to my attention: Empty Cages Collective will be having a two day adopt-a-thon at St. Francis School stating tomorrow, September 26, at 10:00 a.m. Even if you are not in the position to adopt a pet why not swing by, say hi and give these adoptable cuties a belly rub or two?

Empty Cages Collective Cat Adoption Event
September 26-27, 2009
St. Francis School Yard
410 Humboldt Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

And as always, these folks can always use volunteers and donations. To learn more about Empty Cages Collective and how you can help click here and you will be directed their web site.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Photo Du Jour: Elk

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From Skillman Avenue.

Miss Heather

TOMORROW: Beaner Bar 1st Anniversary Fiesta

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This item comes courtesy of Bitchcakes who writes:

Hi Miss Heather, If you have a chance, can you post this for my friends Veronica & Lori?

Thanks!

I will gladly give this event a shout out. Not only does the Beaner Bar serve up some incredible tamales (which I have previously featured on this site) but their Mexican style hot chocolate is the perfect companion for this crisp fall weather. Among the goodies offered at this, their first year anniversary celebration, are:

  • Special tamale plates
  • Coffee specials
  • Gift bags
  • Mariachi music
  • And much more!

Check it out— and if you have yet to try their fabulous tamales by all means do so. You will not regret it!

Beaner Bar First Anniversary Fiesta
September 21, 2009 starting at 6:00 p.m.
447 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: Parlez-vous français?

September 14, 2009 ·
Filed under: 11206, Bushwick, East Williamsburg, East Williamsburg Brooklyn, Street Art 

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From Harrison Place.

Miss Heather

Snapshots From East Williamsburg

When the weather is amenable I like to stroll around the more industrialized parts of Williamsburg. I find the heterogeneous character of this area fascinating. You have houses that are very, very old nestled among much newer neighbors. Warehouses mostly. I find something strangely beautiful about this. Follows are a few selections from my latest jaunt. Enjoy!

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Grand Street

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Morgan Avenue

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Devoe Street

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Catherine Street

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: DOOM

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From Catherine Street.

Miss Heather

TODAY: Adoptable Cuties At Muddy Paws

The Bountys are a quintet of winsome tabbies that were rescued with the help of crew members from the Jennifer Aniston/Gerard Butler vehicle being filmed in our ‘hood.

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Three have been adopted. Two await good homes— maybe yours? First up: Bounty

Why this Greenpoint girlie hasn’t been adopted is beyond me. Bounty is adorable and packs a pint-sized punch!

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Milo is more pensive— as you can see in the above photograph by Lisacat.

These two Greenpoint cuties (and a few of their feline friends) will be available for adoption today at Muddy Paws. Check it out!

Adoptable Cutie Cavalcade
September 12, 2009 starting at 2:00 p.m.
Muddy Paws
447 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, New York  11211

Miss Heather

Greenwick Photo Du Jour: Special 9/11 Edition

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From Morgan Avenue.

Miss Heather

East Williamsburg Street Art Du Jour: Moore Street

September 11, 2009 ·
Filed under: 11206, Bushwick, East Williamsburg, East Williamsburg Brooklyn, Street Art 

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Although I am somewhat reluctant to call this “street art” I suspect that was the creator’s intent so I am going to roll with it.

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Speaking as someone who has a friend who was given a thorough dressing down by a mail delivery woman for having Power Puff Girl stickers on her mailbox* I have little doubt our friends at the Postal Service will be very happy about this.

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Who says it isn’t a time for troubled youth?

Miss Heather

*She didn’t. The mailbox in question belonged to a neighbor. When made aware of this the delivery woman continued her diatribe undeterred.

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