Our tech team has made some pretty big updates to combat spam in the Forum.
*One is a plugin that should filter out most of the attempts by spammers to register in the first place.
*Two, Forum users now have the ability to mark spam when they see it. If enough users mark a post as spam, it will automatically disappear.
Very sorry for all the spam lately. We hope this puts a lid on it.
I’m looking for the old tax photos of our home. As I understand it, the city took photos of every building in the 1930s/1940s and again in the 1980s. I could only find the 1980s one (by searching the street address here: http://nycma.lunaimaging.com/luna/servlet). Any advice on how to find the older one? Perhaps it just hasn’t been put online yet?
The fire escape off the brownstone in Gowanus that I just moved into has a long metal pole extending out from the fire escape on the 2nd floor and another on the 3rd floor. They’re about 5 feet long, anchored to the railing in two spots, and have hooks on the end. I can’t figure out what they’re for, and Googling didn’t help. Does anyone on here know? Thanks!
We purchased a brownstone a couple of years ago and I would like to know more of it’s history. Has anyone done this? Or could anyone offer advice in how to do so.. I have often heard people say to me, oh, you should go down and research the public records..Sure, that sounds easy enough but, where exactly am I going down to? Obviously, i would prefer to contact the proper places via email or mail but, if I have to go somewhere then, I guess I have to..
Thanks in advance,.
I think it will be broken TimeWarrner wires. They are hanging in the backyard at mersy of squerals. Last time something fall on it we spent two weeks without internet or TV. Now imagine ten thousands broken wires. I expect TimeWarner backlog to strech into the next year.
And you cannot imagine life without internet.
Over cocktails yesterday evening, a fellow Brooklynite recalled an article in Victoria Magazine about a family who restored a Victorian house in Boerum Hill. She thought that it may have appeared in the mid-90′s. Apparently, the house and the restoration were exceptional.
Does anyone know what issue featured this Boerum Hill renovation?
Is there any chance anyone reading this has been in Park Slope long enough to know what became of the building that was between 171 and 209 Lincoln Place? The side of 171 seems to suggest a building was taken down; just curious…