We know that this construction project on the corner of Spring and Mulberry is years, maybe even decades in the making.
But that corner lot will always be known to us as a good place for junkies to pee in, because that’s what we used to see going on it in when it was a parking lot. Now a different set of junkies will eventually move in and they will get to pee in it. America!
To ride the subway in Spanish, press SAP.
We recently needed to find out when the latest addition of the Chief came out to the stands so that we could read a very specific article. The Chief is a completely different newspaper than the New York Times. That said, this is what happens when you get people writing answers for Ask.com who have no clue about New York City.
Thanks, internet. Jeeves must be rolling over in his grave…
We aren’t how many of you have seen the film, Dog Day Afternoon, but you should if you haven’t. We also aren’t sure how many of you know that the film is based on a real life bank robbery gone wrong in Brooklyn. The particular bank branch has long since been shuttered, but the building still stands, empty, at the corner of Avenue P and East 3rd Street.
We quite enjoyed seeing the above statement written statement on the Dog Day building. That’s a Brooklyn welcome.
Alcoholism is a great thing to concur, but giving it up the bottle, literally in the form of Jack Daniels there in the photo, in such an obscure manner, at the new year, really makes it the saddest resolution.
Wherever you are, good luck coping with your loss of JD and concurring your booze issue.