South Park Slope has officially arrived. The giveaway is not the new constructions or the bars or restaurants, but the cars that circle in the evening looking for parking spots.
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Posted in Misc, tagged atlantic ave, b&w, b&w brooklyn, brooklyn, female mannequins, mannequin, naked mannequins, photography, reflections, stores for rent brooklyn on February 25, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
As Barclays Center goes up, so does the number of stores for rent in the area. Small boutiques that occupied spaces near Atlantic Mall have vanished over the last two years. We’ll see what the area looks like when the Nets settle in.
What does it mean when the New Car Scent is removed from a car? Can a sidewalk smell like a new car?
I find the name rather cutesy and confusing, since the burgers are not all made of beef, but since it opened a few days ago, people have been crowding Mooburger on Court Street. It’s organic and tastefully decorated, the anti-5 Guys.
Posted in Food, tagged b&w, b&w brooklyn, black and white, bob ojeda, brooklyn, brooklyn bar, brooklyn beer, park slope, park slope ale house, photography, sixth ave on August 9, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Found some air conditioning on a hot day, then the hunger kicked in; needed a beer to wash it down, then stayed to watch the Mets lose. The Park Slope Ale House was a pleasant place to be – food and beer were good, and the sole stroller occupant was on good behavior. (Bob Ojeda’s doing the post-game on the TV.)
Posted in Misc, tagged b&w, black and white, brooklyn, brooklyn at night, brooklyn rental building, deco brooklyn, kensington brooklyn, photography, pre-war rentals brooklyn on August 5, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
This apartment house at the corner of Dahill and Tehama, which has art deco details around the front door, was built in 1934. Kodak introduced its first widely used color film, Kodachrome, in 1935.
Posted in entertainment, Food, tagged b&w, black and white, brooklyn, Court St, court st movies, food cart brooklyn, movie theater brooklyn, photography, rude people in movies on June 30, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Get a sandwich and drink, put it in the bottom of your backpack, then take it into the movies. The theater has no rules, so don’t worry about getting caught. Call and text your friends seeing the movie one over and make plans for later.
Posted in Misc, Transportation, tagged b&w, black and white, brooklyn, brooklyn drawbridge, brooklyn parking lot, elevated highway, gowanus canal, gowanus pathmark, hamilton ave, photography on May 28, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
The Hamilton Avenue Bridge is under the elevated highway. A tug was pushing a load of metal scrap up the Gowanus Canal. In in picture, what I mostly notice are the grids and lines everywhere.
A gray picture for a gray day. This shop on Atlantic Avenue always has busy windows and some interesting hand lettering.
An everyday NYC weekend scene….