Monday, November 3, 2008

*Everyday Chatter

The Pioneer Theater sadly shuttered this weekend. [Reeler]

A candidate to help neighborhoods fight the proliferation of "night life"? And his name is Squadron. [D. Squadron] via Eater

Threatened 9th Ave shopkeepers and advocates meet again to support small businesses. [CNow]

Take a look back at the city's forgotten clocks. [AMNY]

This morning "scores of witnesses crowded the ornate Blue Room at City Hall to testify against" and denounce Bloomberg and the extension of term limits... And a guy from the Rent Is Too Damn High movement turned his back on the mayor, who "looked on with an expression of mild amusement, a slight smile on his face." [CR]

4 comments:

Jill said...

I've been boycotting Circuit City for years so I can't say I'm sad to see them go. Customer service DOES matter, and they had none, as a policy, not referring to individual workers.

Bandit said...

That's not a support structure, it's a elevator bucket that uses a scissor mechnism to gain height.

Jeremiah Moss said...

thanks bandit. i was making a joke, but perhaps not a very clever one.

Jay said...
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