Walking down Court Street toward P.J. Hanley’s on a recent Sunday evening, the Transom could hear the sad, sustained tones of bagpipes emanating from the famed Irish pub. It was Saint Patrick’s Day, but reasons for reveling were few, as P.J. Hanley’s, Brooklyn’s oldest bar, would be shutting its doors for good this evening—sort of. Read More
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