Tuesday, May 24, 2016


All desires catered to these days.  At the south end of the Slope/Gowanus you can sign up to craft your own "recyclable& eco-friendly"glass dildo, while here in the north Slope, on Pacific, replacing Sena African Hair Braiding salon, you'll soon be able to explore all the fun of a claustrophobia escape room.  

Claustrophobia escape rooms are a fun, challenging, and fully immersive entertainment experience. Our professional set design will transport you to Medieval Europe in our realistic Dungeon, where you'll have to find clues and solve challenging puzzles to escape the room before the executioner comes back. Our escape rooms are focused on small groups of 2-4 teammates for maximum fun and the involvement of all players. No one will feel left out.

Well, why not?  Frankly, though, there's more than enough claustrophobia out on the street, where the nexus of high-rise Fourth/Pacific/Flatbush provides its own tortured sense of confinement. Today's escape was a turn round Pacific to the library, my favorite branch in Brooklyn, where as usual a fine selection of titles was on offer. Picked up Pat Barker's Noonday, Patti Smith's M Train, and was on my way.

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