Generous nuns heed the earth in Bedford Park, an anti-Greek wind blows in the East Village, and sulfurous yet minty odor pervades Long Island City, all in the final boroughs roundup of this awesomely sunny July week!
Regina Spektor moves into Murray Hill, Carroll Gardens' Ivy League hipster types strike back against last week's maudlin anti-yuppie video, and a celeb hip-hop stylist's body turns up in the Bronx. Plus, news from Red Hook, Long Island City, Dumbo, and Coney in today's boroughs roundup.
Say hello to "The Collection" in Carroll Gardens, a possible good-bye to notorious Club Kalua in Jamaica, and plain old "WTF?" to a Staten Island kid who won't give up his Confederate-flag T-shirt. That and more in our daily boroughs report.
The Long Island City sculptor behind last night's 'Gossip Girl' art, a possible hotel for part of Williamsburg's Domino plant, misplaced political graffiti in Bushwick, and more in our daily boroughs report.
Brooklyn Heights: This post is about the neighborhood's best dog walker, and those who try to pull it off-message and make it about dog poop instead will be frowned upon, okay??? [Brooklyn Heights Blog]
Carroll Gardens: Robert Scarano's 342 Bond Street building not only aesthetically attacks locals with its bunker-like façade, now it's literally attacking them: Its guard dogs reportedly escaped and mauled one couple's adorable little puppy (see pic). [Gowanus Lounge]
Clinton Hill:The Broken Angel building became the center of controversy when its quirky turret was torn down a few years ago, and then again when the owners decided to convert it into condos. Now, it's the subject of a legal smackdown between its documentarian and her cinematographer. [NYDN]