[East 10th Street between A and B by @terrinthekalian]
Sheldon Silver won’t take the stand in his corruption trial (Politico New York)
Fed report: New York has about 14 percent of all homeless people in the United States (The New York Times)
Manhattan's 10 oldest one-food and one-thing wonders (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Some history of the landmarked 295 E. Eighth St. (Off the Grid)
"Inside the East Village Food Scene Revival" (Vogue)
Revisiting the the East River Bandshell (Flaming Pablum)
More luxury condos for the Bowery (BoweryBoogie)
Another feature on Arepa Factory, 147 Avenue A (Grub Street)
A failed audition with the Ramones (Salon)
Check out the films of Cy Endfield (Anthology Film Archives)
Dora doesn't have time for the Peregrine falcon over Avenue B (Gog in NYC)
In Washington Square Park, a juvenile hawk snatches a pigeon out of a man's hands (Roger_Paw)
Bankruptcy court approves sale of 71 Clinton St. (The Lo-Down)
13 miles of typography on Broadway (Hopes & Fears)
The Plasmatics on "Solid Gold" in 1981 (Dangerous Minds)
Why the wealthy have returned to the city center (The Atlantic)
Diversions: How to cook a marijuana-marinated turkey (BoingBoing)
... and East Village-based photographers James and Karla Murray will be at the new Rizzoli Bookstore for their "STORE FRONT II: A History Preserved" book discussion and signing on Monday from 5:30-7 p.m. ...
... and via the EVG inbox from LaMaMa...
A FREE Theatre of the Oppressed NYC Workshop and Community Breakout Session
Sat., Nov. 21 from 2-4 p.m., 66 E. Fourth St. between Second Avenue and The Bowery
As New York City arts organizations are losing space in a city with an ever-expanding real estate market, La MaMa is hoping tom move against the current. The Downstairs, La MaMa's newest venue, will explore how audiences and artists of the next generation interact and engage with art. A 6,500-square-foot multi-purpose facility with a classroom, exhibition area, and large interdisciplinary space, The Downstairs is the epicenter of all our artistic, community, and education programs and a platform to address our community's needs through art.
To understand what a creative community space could look like, La MaMa invites community leaders and artists to East Village Stories, a creative workshop facilitated by Theatre of the Oppressed. Inspired by Augusto Boal and Paulo Freire's work, worshop activities will involve interactive, physical, and playful exercises that will help us articulate our collective and individualized needs as a community.
The East Village and Lower East Side have a rich history of diverse residents, artists, and activists fighting for their right to live, work, and create. You are a part of this tradition. Tell your East Village story! Let's begin the conversation.
All East Village/LES community members welcome, ages 10-100. No theater experience necessary.
Find the Facebook event page here.