Spring Update: Operation Easter Egg Hunt Deemed A Resounding Success!

Egg Hunt with a View

Captain Robin – LIC’s Own Pied Piper

The first thing that came to mind when I initially heard about this past Saturday’s egg hunt was The Who in Cincinnati, 1979.  The second thought I had was “Why aren’t these kids wearing helmets?”  given the fact that practically every child activity requires one these days.  Thus I am very happy to report that other than minor bumps and bruises no children were hurt in this mission, all 4,273 eggs were safely recovered, and Dr. Dan on Vernon Boulevard is fully booked thru May.  Now some might consider an Easter egg hunt the penultimate “participation trophy” contest, and some may complain that it is wasteful and the chickens laying plastic eggs are not free-range, but these cynics mostly reside in Brooklyn so who really cares what they think.  All other LIC news is so greatly trumped by the successful hunt that I don’t feel the need to comment, the titles speak for themselves.

What LIC Gaineth, Forest Hills Loseth In JetBlue Move

Decamping to Queens – old line biz’s being displaced in Silicon Alley, need to find new digs

Roosevelt Island Tech Campus – big article with lots of detail and timeline

2 thoughts on “Spring Update: Operation Easter Egg Hunt Deemed A Resounding Success!

  1. […] over the last 24 months, but who knew there was a burgeoning Easter Egg Hunt frenzy in LIC? Well we did actually, but it’s kind of what our readers expect from Long Island City’s premier […]

  2. […] I saw it in light of my previous write-ups of this event comparing it to the Running of the Bulls, The Who Concert in Cincy, piranhas, and CTE.  Nevertheless parents you have nothing to fear, except 21st century […]

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