A longitudinal look how one neighborhood in Queens, New York has changed in recent years, structured around the mostly-annual College Point Class Conflict Pub Crawl.
The College Point Pub Crawl photos always speak for themselves. We proudly present the photos from the 2014 CPC, plus plans for the 2015 edition!
The intrepid College Point Pub Crawl 2013 crew visited the College Point Yacht Club’s private bar, then crossed the neighborhood on buses, on foot, and in the bed of a pickup truck to enjoy a fantastic Sichuanese dinner at Little Pepper.
After nearly a decade of exploring and shooting College Point, the one thing that stands out is change — in people, places, and attitudes.
Normally when we find a barbecue place that we like it’s in a hard to reach small town. Then we rave about these meals to our friends, which often leaves them feeling envious. Fortunately, our College Point Crawls now allow us to bring our friends to a not so far-flung barbecue find.
“At the heart of the matter is what it means to be from Queens, a 2.3-million-person slice of New York City that no one beyond its borders knows anything about.”
–Invitation to the first College Point Class Conflict Pub Crawl, October 20, 2006
All told, eighteen people came out for CPC IV at 7:00 PM, and by 5:00 AM only four were left standing