Thursday, February 18, 2010

*Everyday Chatter

"If you see me trying to navigate a double stroller, why can’t you move out of my way?" says one rageful "Mom in the City" (she's also Marv Albert's daughter.) [Gothamist]

The long-empty Action Care pharmacy at upscaling Reggie Fitzgerald Triangle has a new occupant, Echelon Cycles, from a "long time NYC resident and semi-professional racer":

If Ray's Candy becomes a noodle shop, there must be rioting in the streets. [EVG]

March 8--a second benefit for Ray's Candy. [NMNL]

Lovely 185 Bowery is finally, after a long hold up and a lone holdout, coming down. [BB]

Texty LOL-speak turns up in anti-condo graffiti. [NYS]

Coney to get a Knott's Berry Farm-like pony express? [ATZ]

"Complicated, unavoidable, convenient, annoying--whatever that relationship was, even Duane Reade seemed to understand how deeply it had worked its way into the municipal psyche." [NYT]

As books become antiques, don't miss the Antiquarian Book Fair:


Barbara L. Hanson said...

Ms. Albert is like a caricature of the very worst time of mombitch. The kind that expects everything because she bred. Not all that special, really, it's how every single damn one of us got here. And I'll be sure to let the door slam on you.

Barbara L. Hanson said...

That's what you get when you've been editing for nine hours. Of course, I meant "type" not "time." Speaking of time, I clearly need some off.