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The piper's kilt? How much did this shi_ty bar paid to be featured in this article? This pub get flooded whenever there is a mild rain. You can't even park.
I removed it... pointless advert.
I was the one who mentioned the Piper's Kilt. It was not intended as an advertisement. I mentioned it because there's a branch of it in my town (Eastchester, NY) so I figured that if there are also branches in Kingsbridge and Inwood that it must be a pretty notable place. Besides, their burgers are the best, I don't know if you've ever tried them. EJ220 22:14, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
The Pipers Kilt is an important part of the community. It is a meeting place for many of Kingsbridge's former residents. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mrkennedy259 (talk • contribs) 05:46, 2 March 2008 (UTC)
wtf does this mean?
Currently, the article reads: "Kingsbridge is dominated by detached, semi detached, and attached homes. There is also a significant number of apartment buildings." I have no idea what this means. How can it be "dominated" by every type of building imaginable? Is there anything _other_ than detatched, semi-detatched, and attached? Maybe this means the area is lacking semi-attached homes, though I somehow doubt it. I'd fix this, but I have no idea of the reality of the neighborhood, nor what concept the original writer was trying to convey. Can someone who lives in the area modify this portion to accurately reflect the neighborhood? — Eric Herboso 01:32, 15 April 2010 (UTC)