It’s the day after Halloween and already Manhattan Ave is getting ready for the holidays! *Thanks to Jay Lombard for emailing me the pic he took on his way to work today. Related1940s Manhattan Avenue in PhotosApril 5, 2019In "(Not)Forgotten Greenpoint"Classic Greenpoint Diner Manhattan Three Decker Listed for SaleOctober 25, 2019In "Eat & Drink"996 Manhattan Avenue Blights Street With Garbage Ahead of DemolitionMay 13, 2019In "News"
Well, its better then last year, when they went up the weekend BEFORE Halloween.
Good point, Matt on India. The workers began decorating at Driggs and Manhattan around 7:30 in the morning.
You know those birds Miss Heather wrote about? I noticed them, then noticed the holiday-hangings wires. Are those wires permanent or taken down?
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