Thursday, November 20, 2008
"Over the past two years, Frank Bruni, the New York Times' restaurant critic has mentioned the East Village in articles over 35 times, according to a Lexis-Nexis search, while at the other end of the spectrum, neighborhoods like Harlem (7 mentions), Chinatown (4), Washington Heights (1), and East Harlem (0) were written about much less frequently." (Portfolio)
Exclusive research from East Village Podcasts: The East Village dominates in hookah bars per square mile worldwide.
Rehab on Avenue B can be all yours for $350,000 (Grub Street)
In case you need a vintage Pucci pantsuit on the fly, just head over to Cooper Square. (Colonnade Row)
The stuff workers leave lying around (BoweryBoogie)