From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Eye (Heart) NY

July 27, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11110, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Street Art 

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Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Rise

July 22, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11110, Astoria, Astoria Queens, Street Art 

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Miss Heather

New York Shitty Photo Du Jour: Collect All Ten!

September 25, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11110, Astoria, Astoria Queens 

After work I knocked around Astoria a bit with my buddy carnade. That is where we found this, one of the most fascinating “gumball” machines I have encountered in a very, VERY long time. There’s no indication who patron saint #10 is. I’m guessing he (or she) is a special prize. Yours truly tried her luck and got St. Christopher. Carnade got St. Francis. We made a trade and are very pleased with our mutual 50 cent investments!

Miss Heather

Quicklink: The Truth About Pistilli Riverview East

June 15, 2010 ·
Filed under: Astoria, Queens 

(Or: keep your expectations low & you’ll always be satisfied)

This site was brought to my attention via the New York Shitty inbox and courtesy of someone who calls himself (or herself) “Pistilli’s Least Favorite Tenant”. What can you expect from TTAPRE, you ask? Well, the “About” page pretty much says it all:

I moved into Pistilli Riverview East in Astoria on October 20, 2009. My apartment began leaking four days later on October 24, 2009. My apartment still leaks to this day. My landlord, Parkview Building Associates, LLC. is operated by Pistilli Realty. The way they manage this building is despicable and unacceptable. I’m not griping about cheap appliances or cabinetry. Those things are what they are and I willingly and knowingly entered into my lease having seen the cheap appliances and cabinetry. I did not knowingly and willingly enter into my lease to live in an apartment that constantly and persistently leaks and is covered in toxic black mold.

At a mere two posts long this blog sports moldering and disintegrating ceilings (as seen at left), some kind brown ooze gracing the window sills of the laundry room and allegations that the doorman is refusing admittance to census workers. One can only imagine what will happen next. Check it out!

Miss Heather

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