Local business owners celebrate advertising on LinkNYC kiosks along the Graham Avenue BID (Via NYCDoITT)WILLIAMSBURG – LinkNYC kiosks have been popping up across the five boroughs for the last few years, replacing outdated phone booths with free calling and phone charging while showing big, glowing ads. Now, they’re opening
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Deutsch [http://www.deutschinc.com/], a Manhattan-based advertising company, will be filming a “web video interior” for PNC Bank on Marlborough Road, between Albemarle Road and Beverley Road, from 6am to 8pm on both Thursday, August 14 and Friday, August 15 – which means you’ll need to move your car
A map showing the location of every payphone in the city. (Source: Independent Budget Office) Click to enlargePublic payphones, once a ubiquitous part of the city landscape, have become a rarer commodity in recent years, especially in Brooklyn. The New York City Independent Budget Office (IBO) compiled a map and
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The granddaddy of Brooklyn advertising circulars, Newsday’s Marketeer, has folded after more than 20 years, depriving tens of thousands of coupon clippers of local business bargains. For me, the loss is personal. Before Marketeer was purchased by Newsday in the late 90s, I was a columnist. It was my