Spring is upon us.
It’s that time of year when you should stop and smell an apartment building.
Ever wonder what happens to dogs when they die? Well, we have some sad news for you. They don’t all go to heaven. Some of them, if not most, become plastic bags.
Their tails are what makes plastic bags so good for disposing of dog poop. Such is life…
Late last year, we came across a passive aggressive note at the doorstep of Gawker HQ at 210 Elizabeth Street. Gawker… when it comes to passive aggressive notes, they are just like the crazy (fired) building super in our neighborhood that they covered way back in 2008, minus the bigoted racism.
And oddly enough, this passive aggressive note is doing wonders! That Sunday Times had managed to remain untouched until well past noon.
Brooklyn Heights is home to Love Lane. This is how the signage looks on the western side of Henry Street.
And this is how the newer signage looks on the eastern side of Henry Street.
The lower case lettering is a heck of a lot less lovable.
We are giving you two for Tuesday.
This is what happens when you walk the streets of New York in the exact opposite that you would normally walk them. We found a street that we had never walked down before. Cortlandt Alley, you made a friend in us.