[Photo earlier this week on East 2nd Street by Bill Buchen]
A crime of passion from the 19th century that played out on East 13th Street and Avenue A (Ephemeral New York)
More details about DF Mavens, opening today on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place (DNAinfo)
The Manhattan Borough President's Office now accepting applications for Community Board membership (DNAinfo)
Still time to see Art & Ephemera from 98 Bowery, 1969-89 (The Lodge Gallery)
Update on the new Dirt Candy on Allen Street (Eater)
The end of Cafe Edison (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Please do not push your sofa out a 6th-floor window (BoweryBoogie)
… Animals, the Wayland's sandwich shop on Avenue C and East Ninth Street, has started local delivery — Monday-Friday from Noon-6 p.m.
… and noted…
overheard in an #eastvillage cafe, "and by tinkerbell i mean cocaine."— jdx (@jdx) December 24, 2014
$4.50 for a SCOOP of ice cream at DF Mavens? Are they kidding?
overheard in an #eastvillage cafe, "and by "dairy-free" i mean cocaine."
Ia there any news about the plight of (Former) P.S. 64, 605 East 9th St., designed by CBJ Snyder in 1904 and recently requested by Community Board 3 to be returned to the community and taken away from the private developper?
Anony 4:39 PM:
Sign the Petition to Save
CHARAS / El Bohio (The Former PS64)
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