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January, 2011:

Lucky’s Hideaway – Myrtle Avenue – Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

Other Lucky’s postings:

New York Times snow haiku seriously lacking in yetis – Poetry Foundation – Harriet

New York Times snow haiku seriously lacking in yetis.

Japanese Maple / Offers a snowy high-five / Kyoto in Flatbush - Frank Jump - Photo credit: © Vincenzo Aiosa

Maurice Stewart – Fine Furniture – Child Development Support Corporation – Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-01-30

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Carver Cares – Carver Federal Savings – Fulton Street – Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

Other Carver Federal Savings posting:

Pine Sash & Door Company, Inc. – Lumber Yard – Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Other Pine Sash & Door postings:

Zig Zag Records – Tailoring – Avenue U – Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Other Zig Zag Records postings:

Newman Jewelers – 37th Avenue – Jackson Heights, Queens

© Frank H. Jump

Jackson Heights Mannikins – Jackson Heights, Queens

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Jack LaLanne Joins Dead Homophobe’s Club

Jack LaLanne

Advocate

Incensed at the growing visibility of gay men in Los Angeles, the former king of television (Jack LaLanne) announced in 1979 that he planned to march down a one-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard with a 350-pound barbell on his shoulders in order to protest the “damn queers and homos and little boy prostitutes” who has “taken over Hollywood.” - Towleroad

I distinctly remember hear this on the news when I was a teenager, around the time of Anita Bryant’s anti-gay rants. I was disappointed.

Other Dead Homophobes: