City Planning Commission OKs SPURA plan (The Lo-Down)
Some history of The Claremount on East 12th Street (Off the Grid)
Mama's owner Jeremiah Clancy on the new, "very homogenous" East Village (The Atlantic)
10 "great punk songs about New York City" (Prefix)
Other Music's new record label (The Village Voice)
The trip wire atop 118 East 4th St. (Occupy East 4th Street)
What would Bloomy's big soda ban do to EV bubble tea shops? (DNAinfo)
A history of NYC's push carts (BoweryBoogie)
New music venue for Coney Island (Curbed)
Jeremiah Moss writes a High Line op-ed today for the Times titled "Disney World on the Hudson" (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
It’s easy to forget that until very recently, even with the proliferation of art galleries near the West Side Highway, West Chelsea was a mix of working-class residents and light-industrial businesses.
But the High Line is washing all that away.