The Word On The Street: A Court Street PSA

Now who can argue with that?

(Taken today, August 25, 2012)

New York Shitty Photo Du Jour: Water Street

June 19, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, DUMBO, DUMBO Brooklyn 

Taken June 18, 2012.

New York Shitty Day Starter: Willoughby Avenue

June 19, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, Downtown Brooklyn, The Word On The Street 

Taken June 18, 2012.

DUMBO Photo Du Jour: Water Street

June 18, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, DUMBO, DUMBO Brooklyn, Street Art 

Taken June 18, 2012.

The Word On The Street, Part III: Willoughby Avenue

June 18, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, Downtown Brooklyn, The Word On The Street 

Taken June 18, 2012.

New York Shitty Day Ender: Jay Street

May 14, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, Downtown Brooklyn, Subway 

Waiting for the A at Jay St.

Taken by Culinary Fool.

New York Shitty Day Starter: Got Yours?

May 9, 2012 ·
Filed under: 11201, Downtown Brooklyn, Street Art 

Have You Got Yours? (Uptown platform at Hoyt-Schemerhorn)

Taken by Jilly Ballistic.

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool, Part II: Cheese!

cheese

Taken by John Fullard.

From The North Brooklyn Community Group: Born to Giglio!

Giglio A lass named Stephanie Trudeau writes:

I have an upcoming event of neighborhood interest:

I am giving a presentation on Williamsburg’s Giglio Festival (one aspect of my Fulbright research) at the Brooklyn Historical Society on Thusday, March 29 at 7:00 pm. The presentation will be enlivened with a musical performance by Danny Vecchiano, leader of the Vecchiano Festival Band, who will play Giglio songs and talk about his life-long involvement with the Giglio Festival. Come learn about a week-long celebration with music, food and pageantry that happens in a Brooklyn neighborhood. Beautiful photos and wonderful music – should be a fun night.

Immediate Release:

Born to Giglio
Thursday, March 29 7:00 pm
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

718-222-4111
www.brooklynhistory.org

This event is part of BHS’s spring series, Inventing Brooklyn, which examines key people who have influenced Brooklyn and highlights cultural trends rooted in Brooklyn’s rich and diverse history. Tickets $10/$8 BHS members.

This sounds like a very enjoyable way to while away an evening— and learn more about our community’s history to boot! Check it out!

From The New York Shitty Inbox: Preserve The G Train Extension!

This petition was brought to my attention by its creator: Lincoln Restler, Democratic State Committeeman for Brooklyn’s 50th Assembly District and all-around great guy. If you agree with me that this is one change the MTA has made that is worth keeping, please take a moment to sign this petition. Thanks!

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