Archive for September, 2006

Kinara II disappoints

Last week we announced the sighting and impending opening up of a new Indian restaurant in the neighborhood. Kinara II promised a lot. However it turned out to be not as I had hoped it would. The missus and I decided to try it out for dinner yesterday, the first day of the restaurant. The […]



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Bank Of America on Myrtle

There have been substantial rumours that Bank Of America is setting up shop in Clinton Hill. The old Adami Hardware store on the corner of Myrtle and Waverly closed down a few months ago, and moved across the street in a smaller reincarnation. The rumour mill has it that a Bank of America is coming […]



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Kinara II: New Indian Restaurant

A new Indian restaurant comes to Clinton Hill. Our neighborhood lacks a good Indian restaurant. The only one, Amin….sucks !! And I am an Indian, and I would know good food from bad. Kinara II is the new cousin of Kinara, which is in Park Slope. It opens next Friday, September 29th. See you there […]



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Local Firemen on The Streets

FortGreeneCourier reports… Area residents were criticizing the city last week for turning a crucial neighborhood fire station into a movie set. Residents said that they were quite surprised Friday when they passed Engine Company 280 and Ladder Company 132, located at 489 St. John’s Place, to find the fire trucks in the bays replaced with […]



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Brooklyn Book Festival

The Brooklyn Book Festival, held on September 16, 2006 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., will celebrate Brooklyn’s thriving and diverse literary community and its rich history as a home and inspiration for authors. From Williamsburg to Bedford-Stuyvesant, Park Slope and Brighton Beach, Brooklyn is home to authors, literary magazines and publishers. Brooklyn Book Festival: […]



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No Parking Spots Left in Clinton Hill

Today, as of 9:24 pm, Clinton Hill has become devoid of every single parking spot. I got the last one. That too after going around for close to 35 minutes. As shocking as this statement may sound, let me quantify. Every single parking spot is gone, keeping in mind the alternate side street cleaning rule. […]



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Today while having breakfast at one of my favorite places RICE (review to follow) I was a witness to a 3 car fender bender. Sitting in the shop front window at Rice, I was looking out of the window staring at the world go by. A 20-something woman crosses DeKalb even though the light requested […]



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Red Bamboo Disappoints

Last night we wanted to try out the Red Bamboo, and ventured into the restaurant. Sadly the experience was nothing that I expected. Red Bamboo opened up a while ago in the same place where Butta Cup Lounge used to be. That was always a favorite of mine, and so when it closed down Red […]



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