Thursday Blogwrap


Price Check: Brooklyn Art Supplies [Brokelyn]
One Girl Cookie Construction Update [Dumbo NYC]
Parks Dept. Now Hiring Summer Lifeguards [CG Patch]
Rotting Trees Dumped in the Lake in Prospect Park [Daily Slope]
Talent Agency Wants Your Cute Brooklyn Heights Kid To Model [BHB]
First AY Residential Tower Now Delayed Until Spring or Summer [AY Report]
Stalled Crown Heights Condo Actually Coming Back to Life [Curbed]
Pinsky Defends Downtown Brooklyn Landmarks Preservation Decision [Observer]
Despite Lack of amenities, Residential Boom Near Brooklyn’s MetroTech Center [TRD]
Photo by 2nified

6 Comment

  • expert_textpert

    Last week I was walking in Brooklyn Heights: on one of the name streets; and a kid on a scooter came whizzing by me almost knocking me over as I was turning around. His father was with him and didn’t even tell the kid to slow down, I wanted to run the father over with my stroller.
    I wonder if it’s the same kid in the photo.

  • expert_textpert

    Last week I was walking in Brooklyn Heights: on one of the name streets; and a kid on a scooter came whizzing by me almost knocking me over as I was turning around. His father was with him and didn’t even tell the kid to slow down, I wanted to run the father over with my stroller.
    I wonder if it’s the same kid in the photo.

  • Brenda from Flatbush

    Ya know what? Why does Brownstoner not open links in a separate window? You’re supposed to do that to keep readers from navigating away from the site anyway, plus BS loads very slowly for me and it’s always a pain getting back. Just wondering; I sometimes get tired of deciding whether Blogwrap and other links are, as it were, “sponge-worthy.”

  • Brenda from Flatbush

    Ya know what? Why does Brownstoner not open links in a separate window? You’re supposed to do that to keep readers from navigating away from the site anyway, plus BS loads very slowly for me and it’s always a pain getting back. Just wondering; I sometimes get tired of deciding whether Blogwrap and other links are, as it were, “sponge-worthy.”