Saturday, September 27, 2008

Recovery Rally Draws Huge Crowd to Brooklyn Heights' Park, Annoys Residents

A reader sent in this photo of this morning's "Recovery Rally" in Cadman Plaza Park, Brooklyn Heights (it was quite foggy Saturday morning). The rally was sponsored by A&E to celebrate the 10th anniversary of National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month.

We're sure the rally was a great idea but several people complained to us that the midnight and 7 a.m. sound checks were very disturbing to people who hoped to be able to get some sleep Saturday morning.

Last week there were no sound problems with the United Way festival in the park.

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4 comments:

dual diagnosis said...

Congratulations to the successful celebration of the 10th anniversary of National Alcohol and Drug recovery month. It shows that a lot of people supports the advocacy of the group, to promote a drug and alcohol free world.

Anonymous said...

It was so noisy I had to drink myself to sleep that night...

spartan said...

Anonymous- You ducking piece of shit! How can you be so uncaring? I hope you drink yourself to death ASSHOLE!
- Recovery Rally Walker

Anonymous said...

Was a joke, son.