[What the hay? Avenue A and 7th Street via Derek Berg]
Bomb scare leads to evacuation of firehouse on East Second Street (New York Post, last item)
The paintings of longtime East Village resident Patricia Melvin (Off the Grid)
More 1980s photos of the East Village via photographer Tony Mangia (The Daily Mail)
Going back to school on the Lower East Side — in 1890 (Ephemeral New York)
Former Bialystoker nursing home on the LES goes for $18 Million (The Lo-Down)
Ken Auletta on Bratton's NYPD (The New Yorker)
Cookbook in the works from Superiority Burger (Grub Street)
The Louis Zuflacht building sells on Stanton Street (BoweryBoogie)
A look back at "The Warriors" (The Village Voice)
There's still some unreleased Velvet Underground material out there (Dangerous Minds)
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Exhibition Celebrates 30th Anniversary of The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography, 1985–2015
What: The exhibit "thirty" reveals the many hidden gems amongst the more than 50,000 pieces of design ephemera in The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design & Typography’s collection.
Made to recreate the archive in the gallery space, visitors will be able to see highlights from the collection arranged in flat files, the same ones used by researchers in the center. The work on view will span two centuries and several continents, including several one-of-a-kind, rarely seen pieces of design, like the pilot issue of Life magazine, a sketch of a logo for MTV and a 19th century bill of sale.
Ongoing Exhibition: Sept. 11 – Oct. 3
Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday noon – 5 p.m.
Where: 41 Cooper Gallery at The Cooper Union, Third Avenue between 6th and 7th Streets.