From The New York Shitty Photo Pool, Part II: Faces Of Cobble Hill

August 5, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11201, Brooklyn, New York City, Street Art 

Faces of Cobble Hill

Taken by Carnade.

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: The End

July 27, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11201, Brooklyn 

Taken by Carnade.

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Lightning

July 24, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11201, Brooklyn, New York City 

This lovely capture of yesterday’s thunderstorm comes courtesy of Carnade.

Miss Heather

Spotted At Brooklyn Bridge Park: Fanny Floss

June 6, 2010 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn 

This vision hails from Brooklyn Bridge Park and comes courtesy of my buddy Bitchcakes. I would like to humbly suggest this gent become the new, uh, face of Coppertone.*

Miss Heather

*Interesting fact: Jodie Foster was a Coppertone girl. No kidding.

Atlantic Antic Photos Du Jour: Just Look, Don’t Touch

October 6, 2009 ·
Filed under: Area 51, Brooklyn 



Taken October 4, 2009.

Miss Heather

Word Of The Day: Foamer

October 5, 2009 ·
Filed under: Advanced Life Forms, Brooklyn 

Per the Urban Dictionary:

A term railroad employees use to describe a railroad enthusiast / railfan and the railfan community at large. Most often used disparagingly. (Engineer to conductor aboard a freight train)

“Man, we got some foamers ahead taking pictures…they need to just get a life and find something to do besides hang around the tracks all day.”

See: Boerum Place; October 4, 2009 at 11:00 a.m.







Miss Heather

Atlantic Antic Photo Du Jour: Love Will Tear Us Apart

October 5, 2009 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn 

Baby NoirNYS

Because nothing screams I am a narcissistic parent like dressing your toddler up as a goth. In front of the Brooklyn Detention Complex, no less.

Keep your mistakes to yourselves, “hip” parents. Laugh about it with your brood over photo albums in 2020. Do not inflict them on your children now. Otherwise they will grow up to be Republicans (or worse yet: Bloomberg supporters).

Miss Heather

Atlantic Antic Photo Du Jour: Touched By An Angel

October 4, 2009 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn 


This is wrong for more reasons than I care to recount.*

Miss Heather

*But Mr. Swayze’s role in Donnie Darko is a nice place to start!

Great Moments In Entrepreneurialism: Refer A Friend At Hoyt-Schermerorn!

October 4, 2009 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn 

Today the Mister and I concluded his parent’s visit to our fair city with a sojourn to Atlantic Antic. To this end we took the almighty Crosstown Local to Hoyt Schermerhorn. Immediately upon exiting the station we stumbled upon this.


Mister Heather, being the detail-oriented person is, explained the vagaries New York State’s divorce law for my in law’s edification. Among them:

  1. It is a joint property state, e.g.; all assets will be divided equally. My net worth is zero. This makes for an easy division: zero divided by 2 equals zero.
  2. I will be entitled to alimony.

Amy Vanderbilt might disagree with me on this one but: I suspect the Mister extolling upon how one gets divorced in New York…

  1. blocks away from where we were married
  2. during a family outing

might constitute a breach of etiquette. Or, in my laywoman’s opinion, a colossal party foul. This is not to suggest I didn’t find it amusing: I did. This is in large part why I married the Mister in the first place!*

The previous having been written:

  1. On the one hand: there is a part of me which is thoroughly revolted by this advertisement.
  2. On the other: I really want to see this campaign taken to its logical conclusion. Frequent customer punch cards a la Starbucks.

Miss Heather

*And, well, health insurance.

P.S.: This post goes out to Ma and Pa-in-law. I really enjoyed your visit!


June 22, 2009 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Greenpoint Magic 

239 Myrtle

Well, it did fall.

The previous slide show beautifully illustrates the ineptitude of the Department of Buildings (lest I have not made it clear already*) comes courtesy of Lesterhead. With public servants like this, who needs enemies?

You can peruse complaints leading up to this incident including these gems dating from May 1, 2009



by clicking here and here. And do check out Clinton Hill Blog for the full scoop.

Miss Heather

*And of course there is my personal favorite: 156 India Street. You were (and are) really on top of that one, Department of Buildings! Hence why the Red Cross was brought in.

P.S.: For those of you who are curious (or homeless as a consequence of this) 493 Myrtle Avenue LLC can be reached here.

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