Somewhere in the country, there is likely a formerly poor white backward area that was quickly transformed into an area for affluent, educated, young people.
I wonder if any of the businesses now serving the area have decid…
This block of storefronts feels cursed. How many businesses have already gone through, with that shoe store the latest closing (though he seemed to do more online so maybe he voluntarily left). And the corner space that never…
I saw a similar thing happen last summer to "Calavera" in downtown, Oakland. A new restaurant at the time, they had some labor issue with an immigrant that resulted in a few days of picketing, terrible PR, destroyed Yelp page, etc. while the hullaba…
For some reason, I though we would get a boutique grocer.
I'm pretty sure one of the earlier "coming soon" posters suggested that. Maybe they realized it wasn't worth competing with Wholesome? Who knows.
I've seen an announcement stating that "BKLYN Marketplace," or something of the sort, will be taking phat alberts place. It appears to bd cobranded with the Srour's coworking space in the building -- BKLYN Commons - and targeting a slightly more aff…
@Marco555 confused about your logic. Why does it make sense that Franklin and Dean developer who built the good-looking new building, not the one under construction with the Isreali flag, would be doing hotel? Personally …
CB9 still has a lot of residents who believe that other people profiting is inherently bad.
CB8 seems to have concluded that if people do not profit, nothing will happen.
This city is too much if it's at a point w…
One could hope that would be true of pizza.
However Papa johns and Dominos have made large inroads.
The old rules (prefences and means) seem to no longer be so strong that the weak can not survive.
I found the survey a little confusing, and vague.
Agreed. It makes a number of assumptions about grocery shopping habits, even though it seems they're trying to learn about habits!
In their defense, good survey des…
If she is smart, she would state that her role in the state assembly does not allow her to influence such international policies, and then take the next question.
...which will hopefully involve whether LED streetlights are…
Interesting, makes sense.
As a liberal/progressive, she most definitely doesn't agree with YU's views on Israel either. Would be fun to ask her to share her thoughts on the 2-vs-1 state solution at her next Q & A.