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.
Today was no different, it looks simply marvelous! Tomorrow though, tomorrow will be different. For tomorrow we will have to push a stroller past the grounds and discover that the sidewalk isn’t yet and will never be shoveled — plowing ten inches of snow off of the sidewalk and then leaving an inch of snowy ice for the neighborhood to walk on is satanic if you as us.
We found this gem of a frozen drain pipe in Carroll Gardens during the polar vortex part two last week.
Below is a photo of some of Brooklyn’s
best absolute worst architecture.
The architect must have been going with a “let’s get an oversize lunar module to take a dump on an early 20th Century single family home” sort of look with it. This house sits along E 12th Street, just off of Avenue R, and has looked like this for years. Nothing like a neighbor taking a literal dump on the landscape to brighten up a neighborhood.
Plus, the deep freeze and snow began to make us feel as though it was worth it to pay an arm and a leg for two slices of pizza, but it was closed, so we had a delicious goat dish from a nearby Pakistani spot. Delish!