BK designer creates shirt in protest of Barclays subway name

A Brooklyn shirt designer has unveiled a new shirt in protest of the Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street subway station changing its name to reflect the arrival

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn shirt designer has unveiled a new shirt in protest of the Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street subway station changing its name to reflect the arrival of the new Barclays Center.

Deb Goldstein is selling shirts that read "I'm still calling it Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street," as a way of showing that she won't forget the original name of the subway station.

Goldstein says 75 people have already purchased shirts from her.

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