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So every newly-opened Williamsburg joint run by a trendsetting restaurateur has be raucously ragingingly hot and successful within the first month?
That seems kinda extreme.
Its nice that younger people are now appreciating vinyl. Sadly though, records that should be selling for 1 to 2 dollars are now fetching 12-15 bucks!
I'm going to have to agree with Greenpoint Based. Just because yippee you wanna have fun, without any regard to your environs? Doesn't make you a Kickstarter Genius. It just means that you really don't care, that your idea rocks (in your mind), and that anyone standing in your way stinks.
I see this all the time in Williamsburg -- people love to visit, consume, drop their trash, vomit on the street, fight, shout, and have a yahoo-hootin-n-hollerin good ol' time. And then? Go back to where they live, their sanctuary.
There's something to be said about running stuff by the community and community groups. If its something you really want to do? Find a place where it won't impact harshly. I suggest a floating flea market with bands on the gowanus canal. Man up!
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