On the heals of the Brownstoner piece, we thought we would segue to a piece of email we received. One of our more dutiful readers sent us a photo over the weekend depicting this piece of highly erudite graffiti found in the Prospect Park subway station. Said reader wrote:
...the graffiti, "film does not equal cinema" says something about the influx of young art students in the neighborhood.
We have to admit that though we did not notice this particular "public art piece," we have noticed an influx of trendy recent college grad types strolling along the streets of PLG in the past six months or so. General word on the streets of Brooklyn is that PLG is attracting the young and creative crowd, as rents are relatively low and transportation infrastructure is relatively excellent. And then there's the relatively wonderful Prospect Park.
Begin quipping about the G-word now.