author: The Citynoise Editor Ninja : The Citynoise Dojo Thursday, July 14th, 2016
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author: J.P. : Brooklyn, NY
It is so sad,and dam shameful that the neighborhood that I grew up in has become.Only thing is that the two sides of the problems with the Bushwick/Ridgewood,neighborhood is the lack of respect for the community, the Pct police officers who turned their backs on the community,because the political parties in the first place didn't even have the cojones to get involved.And the other side of the second problem is how all the Churches,Catholic,Baptist,Methodist main ones of the community.They closed their doors to the people who need to know that they are not going to be the first to...
author: The Citynoise Editor Ninja : The Citynoise Dojo
It would seem the passing of our dear leader has put the Citynoise system on a limited basis for functionality whilst legal details are *hopefully* worked out.
The current usable web addresses are citynoise.org.uk and citynoise.xyz
Note that citynoise.org.uk is a bit more functional in that one can view articles. The 'xyz' site will only bring up the last posted article no matter what you select so there's almost no point in using it.
Commenting on posts is apparently not working. Articles can still be posted but without the ability to upload pictures. If one wishes to load pictures it...
author: Franny Wentzel : Somewhere over Indiana
All aboard the sleeper Zeppelin to Muncie!
Apparently there was a (presumably) short-lived service to the mid-west if this travel poster can be believed...
author: Janet : Brooklyn, NY
Lots has happened since we from the old Crown Heights neighborhood got together here to remind each other of the unique, remarkable days in the great place we grew up in, a place bordered by Flatbush, Brownsville, Bedford-Stuyvesant. Aren't we part of the Greatest Generation? Who remembers those days? Does anyone growing up nowadays have a real attachment to the streets, stores, neighbors, movie palaces (yes, we used to have some--Loew's Kings, Pitkin--remember the Fox on Nevins Street?--had to travel for that gorgeous dream factory specimen. They fit the dreams created in the movies we loved....
author: Franny Wentzel : Schenectady, NY
A sad loss to the city was the destruction of a pair of apartment buildings downtown as seen in this Polaroid of the buildings I'd taken many moons ago...
Emporis's image of the pair
On the 6th of March one of the residents - a smoker - found his recliner had caught fire. He tried to drag it into the hall but it got stuck in the doorway. He managed to alert his neighbours but was killed in the blaze along with three others.
The two buildings - nearly a century old - were a total loss.
Demolition has commenced - incredibly, a resident's...