At what point does the print media put out an LIC based article and make no mention of Sandy? When has enough time passed so that a non-storm story, such as news of a new eatery, stop sign, or strip club, does not come off as trivial or unseemly? I have been scanning the web and awaiting that article, thinking maybe the election would sweep it away. Then of course we get a snowstorm, and wind, power, and flooding come right back to the fore. In order to bridge the gap, I have decided not to provide recent links to the storm coverage, most of which are just a rehashing of what happened, and instead hone in on an article about how to assess your future in LIC. Specifically, should you buy a home here? Halloween and the non-Marathon are long past, elections are predictable and fading, what does the future hold for LIC? Or at least what’s new(s) for the next two weeks anyway…?
After Sandy, Would You Buy On The Waterfront? – not that there are many apartments for sale on the water in LIC
What’s Happening In Queens This Week – hey, hey, getting back to normal
G Train Disruption Strengthens Case For Pulaski Bridge Bike Lane – or a new super bridge!