Friday, February 18, 2011
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition
CB3's baffling liquor-license approvals policy (Blah Blog Blah)
How the East Village is getting "Lucky" (BoweryBoogie)
The mid-70s photography of Francisco Hidalgo (Flaming Pablum)
RIP La Nueva Rampa on 14th Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)
The Bowery Hotel hosts an Interpol after-hours party (City Room via Nonetheless)
East Village designer creating an Oscar-night dress (Daily News)
IFC Center to screen No Wave doc "Blank City" (Stupefaction)
Pacino's 70s starts at the Film Forum (Film Forum)
A trip to Brennan and Carr in Sheepshead Bay (Eater)
And via Fresh Paint NYC — a tour of new TATS Cru walls, including on Second Street at Avenue A.
Posted by Grieve at 11:56 AM
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can you close mars already it is not even a dive it is an over priced shithole
Thanks for posting the link to Jill's explanation of the baffling liquor license selling policy. It amazes me how one bar can just sell its liquor license to another bar. It is also awful knowing bar owners are on these public boards and making decisions when they have a vested financial interest in the outcomes!
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