Fink Debuts on

Homer Fink, publisher of Brooklyn Heights Blog is proud to announce that he's been chosen as a contributor to, a new website edited by legendary culture jammer Joey Skaggs.

"Joey has been a hero of mine since I was 12 years old," Fink says. "He's one of the most brilliant pranksters in the history of the world. Cathouse for Dogs is one of the greatest stunts of all time. The fact that it was covered as actual news is still amazing to me. Also some of the best radio I ever heard in my life was when Alex Bennett would have Joey and the incomparable Alan Able on his old WMCA show.  They're partially to blame for making me the person I am today. G-d love 'em for it."

Fink's first piece for the site is about legendary baseball man Bill Veeck. 


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  • Claude Scales

    Homer: for us old fogeys, please define “culture jamming”.

  • Homer Fink
  • Claude Scales

    Thanks! Late last night I was too lazy to go Googling.

    Looks like I’ll have to take my as-yet-unread copy of Griel Marcus’s Lipstick Traces off the shelf it’s sat on for several years.