There use to be trolleys and horses. And hey, after the Williamsburg bridge was finished in 1903, “the small village of Williamsburg” became the most populated area of Brooklyn. So morning commuters at the Bedford stop at 8 A.M. watching packed train after packed train go by, history knows your pain.
So, enough local papers, blogs, and e-zines have covered this, that I don’t have anything else to say, but in case you missed it: From the Brooklyn Paper: Joe Camel- a hipster? R.J. Reynolds markets its smokes to Williamsburg By Aaron Short I do have one question. In 2012 when the FDA starts making cigarette […]
The junkies in Williamsburg will have to wait longer, or maybe clean up their act and get a job. Okay, the job part might be crazy, it is Williamsburg. The NYPD announced today they have shut down the drug-ring which investigators claim ran the North Williamsburg heroin game. After a four month long sting officers […]
According to the “I’m Boycotting Duane Reade to Save Williamsburg” facebook group, a Duane Reade will be opened on Bedford, directly across from Kings Pharmacy this Saturday. First off, I need to state that I don’t really give a shit about saving small business in this case. I do, however, give a shit when urban […]