I see these two dads walking through Greenpoint with their kids all the time and each time I think, “Aww look at this adorable couple and their adorable bbs,” and now I know they’re not a couple because of a NYT article about a new fatherhood magazine because Brooklyn is a weird and beautiful place filled with dreams, deception, and new parents with with new parent-themed business ventures.
Source: The New York Times
This is my former landlord/the owner of the now-closed Greenpoint bar Coco66. A couple years ago he came to my old apartment to bring me and my roommates a few six-packs of Bud Light Lime – the first BLLs I ever had. We thought it was a friendly gesture, but discovered later that he simply wanted to get rid of it because no one at the bar would buy it.
The re-opening of Coco66 would change all of our lives for the better.
S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y SPELLS DONUTS.
The best part about brunch with Lindsey and Folkinz was being able to watch Mr. Belvedere, Planet Earth, and Small Wonder at the same time.
Also, one of the girls in Small Wonder is the Troop Beverly Hills troop member who sings the classic line, “Cheap at even twice the price!”