If there's one thing Drewry and Lou Ferrigno have in common, it's that they're both from "Flatbush Brooklyn." If you were one of the former Sheepshead Bay H.S. students back in the 1990's and rode the B44 bus from the junction to Sheepshead Bay H.S. on Ave. X, you passed by Ferrigno's gym, that used to be located nearby Hobby Hut on Nostrand Avenue via Kings Hwy.
Every once in a while, Drewry checks up on Lou Ferrigno's Facebook page to see what the former Brooklynnite
Anyone born and raised or living in Flatbush Brooklyn know dollar vans run massive up-and-down Flatbush Avenue. In the aftermath of hurricane Sandy, "dollar vans in NYC" are making [serious $ gUaP $], due to New York City subway trains temporarily halted until Thursday.
Check out the video below on YouTube which is a compilation of how dollar vans were riding throughout New York City in the midst of hurricane Irene:
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U.S. TV: May 10, 4:10pm ET Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz will be on Bloomberg TV. CEO Schultz, started Starbucks back in the mid-1980's, and came from humble beginnings in Brooklyn, New York. Howard Schultz is also the former owner, as some folk don't know, of the Seattle Supersonics. "Starbucks CEO Schultz" came from Brooklyn, and knows what it's like to struggle. Howard Schultz is out of the Brooklyn