The new bar is part of the Williamsburg Hotel at 96 Wythe Avenue. It looks lovely, that is, if you can afford it: The Water Tower bar, which opened on Nov. 16, is across the street from the former Rosenwach Water Tower Factory — now the site of yet another boutique hotel, The Hoxton. The project comes […]
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The Daily Mail reported a few years ago about the presence of Neo-Nazis in Greenpoint. A local store even received criticism for selling Nazi jewelry on Manhattan Ave. Now, Greenpointers reports spotting troubling white supremacist graffiti on Greenpoint’s waterfront: Graffiti with the words “Wielka Polska” (Great Poland in English) and the Celtic cross, which according […]
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You of course know that Tuesday is election day, so PLEASE go out and vote. If you’ve been paying attention you know there are lots of items on the ballot this time around, including three propositions. New York Working Families Party recommends voting YES, YES, YES on the measures and we agree. You can see […]
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Goodyoga establishes a flagship studio just a block away from the Lorimer L / Metropolitan G stop
Sands cafe has temporarily closed after its owner, Guy Sands, was accused of being a white supremecist with ties to Milo Yiannopoulos and Proud Boys. The restaurant’s Yelp and Google reviews have been bombarded with accusations as well. The allegations date back to a Vanity Fair article about Yiannopoulos where Sands was quoted and a […]
A group of residents from Soho, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side have been particularly vocal about the MTA and DOT’s plans to add bike lanes and buses in their neighborhoods during the L Train shutdown. Their concerns are that the bikes, buses, construction, and street closures will have a negative impact on their property values neighborhoods. They […]
The assault happened late on Saturday, around the corner from The Metropolitan, sending two young men to the hospital. More from Gothamist: The incident took place at 12:55 a.m., Sunday, September 23rd. According to the NYPD, the suspect approached the two men in front of 540 Metropolitan Avenue and “made anti-sexual orientation statements and assaulted […]