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Something’s up at Hotel LeBleu on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope — but it’s not the occupancy rates, as this exclusive podcast reveals. Join Brooklyn Paper Editor Gersh Kuntzman and Señor Editor Vince DiMiceli as they uncover the blue news at Hotel LeBleu.

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freddy from slope says:
what a load of drivel.

i have had family stay there and they, having stayed at all the othe 4th avenue area hotels, think le bleu is top notch. maybe gersh should do a real expose and actually "investigate" the occupancy rates of all the 4th avenue area hotels on wednesdays.

ooops. my bad. that would require more than slapstick humor.

maybe we should ask what the circulation levels off the brooklyn papers are. probaly pretty blue also.

i know i pick one up every now and then for my dog.
Jan. 21, 2009, 10:11 am

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