Williamsburg hipsters have at least one more week to wait before the new era of shoreline slacking begins. Workers at the Kent Avenue's East River State Park told imnotsayin they're in the final stages of clearing equipment and debris. "If someone comes down here and trips on something, that's a lawsuit," stated one contractor. When pressed, he said "at least one more week...two weeks tops."
Crews installed a shiny new flagpole yesterday, and have nearly finished covering the ages-old graffiti on the former engine house that stands on the property, preparing a blank canvas for the neighborhood's prolific street artists.
Meanwhile, Williamsburg's other waterfront park, Grand-Ferry (at the foot of Grand Street), was buzzing with activity on a recent sweltering evening.
East River State Park Porn
Grand-Ferry Park after dark