When they renovated the Smith and Ninth Street F train station, the mosaic signage wasn’t returned to the platforms. Instead, there are stickers of mosaic, which are good enough to fool you unless you’re standing very close. BTW, have you seen the Magritte show at MoMA yet?
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Posted in Food, tagged brooklyn, brooklyn supermarket, mcdonald ave, pepperidge farm stuffing, photography, thanksgiving brooklyn, thanksgiving stuffing, turkey and trimmings on November 27, 2013 | 1 Comment »
Looks like a loaf of white bread in a special plastic bag. You’d think that cooks who start from scratch might use fancier bread. But I’m not the one to ask, because I always thought stuffing came in a bag with the words Pepperidge Farm on it.
It’s a hole in the fence at Brooklyn Bridge Park, on the way to the foot bridge. The view is not pointing the usual way, toward Manhattan and the river, but to Brooklyn Heights.
From the ye olde publicity department, here’s a photo of the big-sky gas station. The gas wasn’t selling, but the coffee and snacks in the convenience store were.
Give them a scratch and sniff. I’m fairly sure there would be no pumpkin spice were it not for these babies.
Down the platform, away from the escalators at the Smith and Ninth subwaIy stop, there are stainless arches for security on the cement wall. The look is reminiscent of deco. I’ll try for a better picture when I’m not jumping on a train.
Brighton Beach is the neighborhood just up the boardwalk from Coney Island. With a large Russian-speaking population, you’ll find stores, restaurants, and fashions that are different from other parts of NYC.
The view from the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Court Street. The building across the street, which is now Trader Joe’s, used to be a bank.
What would have been just a run-over can with rings turned poignant with a plastic straw sticking out the top.
The kid’s putting on his shirt in front of the ice cream store. It’s the beach, so I don’t think “no shirt, no shoes, no service” applies. He could be aiming for one out of two, though.