Luckily, only minor injuries were reported today from a car crash on Franklin Street at India Street around 2 p.m.
The same can be said for a crash last weekend on Manhattan Avenue that could have been potentially devastating.
A hummer burst into the front of In and Out Chicken (676 Manhattan Ave.) early Sunday morning, and no injuries were reported as the business was closed and no pedestrians were in the driver’s path.
With only two weeks remaining on Greenpoint Avenue, now’s a good time to say goodbye in person to the Brooklyn Bazaar.
For some more ideas on weekend fun, check out what’s happening, and in the meantime catch up on this week’s headlines:
- With two weeks remaining, Brooklyn Baazaar announced a liquidation sale at the Polonaise Terrace building. (Greenpointers)
- Watch the Brooklyn Community Board 1 monthly public meeting that was held Tuesday night. (THIRTEEN)
- 102 Franklin St is now home to Nail of the Day, which opened Thursday. (Greenpointers)
- Political and hate-filled graffiti returns to Greenpoint (Greenpointers)
- A plan proposed by Councilmember Levin to remedy NYC’s empty storefronts by capping commercial rents is not getting Mayor de Blasio’s support. (Gothamist)
- Neighborhood Mexican restaurant Vamos Al Tequila was closed by the Health Dept. (Greenpointers)
- Paulie Gee’s is among the pizzerias in NYC restoring the slice tradition. (The New Yorker)
- NYC Councilmembers demand more details on lead inspections in schools. (Chalkbeat)
- Will the Uber of bus travel bring service to Williamsburg? (Brooklyn Paper)
- A Williamsburg nanny says her landlord has ignored critical repairs to her affordable apartment (Gothamist)
- Step inside this sound stage on the set of “Almost Family” at Greenpoint’s Broadway Stages. (NY Times)
- Check out the ‘best’ of the Other Art Fair in Greenpoint last week (Bedford and Bowery)
- Police are looking for a driver who hit a cyclist at a red light on the Queen’s side of Greenpoint Avenue. (ABC 7)
- Permits were filed for a four-story residential building at 64 North 8th St. (NY YIMBY)
- Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ethics investigation has ended for taking donations from Brooklyn developers, including Greenpoint Landing. (The CITY)