I get no kick from champagne, but I like this. Seen in Manhattan on 3rd Avenue, between 59th and 60th, outside Bloomies.
More from the Roosevelt Island Daily
- A Sailboat Too Tall for the Roosevelt Island BridgeToo early for a Saturday, a noisy helicopter circling the Roosevelt Island Bridge was the first sign. Out for a daybreak sail or extending a long night, an operator underestimated the clearance for his sailboat. It wasn’t close, about five feet off, and the miscue ended up tipping his vessel sideways into the East River.
- Why Does the Tram Plaza Still Look Like Hell?More than a week after track rope work finished and the north cabin returned to service, the Roosevelt Island Tram Plaza still looks like hell. Are we providing free storage space? Why hasn’t this mess been cleaned up? by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News The Mess at the Tram Plaza In our house
- RIOC’s Gross Neglect of Good Shepherd Plaza, Visible DeclineOnce graceful Good Shepherd Plaza is historic, the old church an icon of early Roosevelt Island development. Anchoring the center of town, it should reflect the vibrancy of a united community. Instead, it symbolizes something else: gross neglect. by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News “You recently devoted a lot of space to the
- Tram Appears Ready for Return to Full Service – and IsWith the out of service north cabin running multiple test runs – without an operator or passengers – today and construction barriers down, an imminent return is expected. The north cabin returned to full service just after noon today. by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News Above, you can see that the construction barriers
- North Tram Cabin in Testing, Maybe Reopening SoonTuesday morning, POMA, managers of the Roosevelt Island Tram, began testing on the north cabin. It’s been shut down since July 6th for track rope replacement. by David Stone The Roosevelt Island Daily News Apart from regurgitating its original, inadequate announcement, over and over, RIOC failed to share any information on progress. The expensive but