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Michael Herman Muff of Mama’s Bar. Six-week-old Heart N’ Soul closed yesterday with a note on the door claiming the chef “had a nervous breakdown.” Today, Richard Freedman, the owner of the restaurant and its building on East Third Street, said the southern spot would reopen in a week and a half. “His food was [...]
Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong are sifting through their voluminous archive of punk-era concert footage as it's digitized for the Downtown Collection at N.Y.U.’s Fales Library.
Frank Mastropolo Looks like somebody managed to leave a three-story tag on the side of the East Houston Hotel, on the corner of Houston and Eldridge Streets. They don’t call the Lower East Side “vibrant and eclectic” for nothing.
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Tim Schreier “Homecoming: A Community Art Show” opened today at East Side Community High School. As noted yesterday, art teachers Desiree Borrero and Leigh Klonsky (shown in the last slide, above) asked students, parents, and staffers of the school to reflect on four months spent in exile while their East 12th Street building was repaired. Here’s [...]
Kavitha Surana It’s official: security cameras are now trained on all 12 buildings of the Alfred E. Smith Houses. The New York City Public Housing authority announced today that it had added 78 new cameras across seven buildings, bringing full coverage to the Lower East Side housing development. “It already changed the pissing in the elevators, [...]
A Spanish fast-food chain is bound for the Lower East Side and an Italian risotteria is headed for the East Village, by the looks of Community Board 3?s newly released May calendar of meetings. 100 Montaditos — a Spanish chain serving mini sandwiches and sangria that plans to bring 20 locations to New York City, [...]
Funny we were just mentioning Jimmy McMillan: the one and only “Rent Is Too Damn High” guy just released a music video produced by Animal New York. Watch as the mayoral hopeful gets down outside of the Jacob Riis Houses as well as at the corner of St. Marks Place and Second Avenue, just a [...]
Video: Simran Khosla Daniel Maurer Corner of 11th and A: “I can see 3 bodegas from this [spot]“ In case you haven’t seen the flyers all over the neighborhood, there’s a “No 7-Eleven” meeting tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at 93 St. Marks Place. While the grassroots movement plots ways to block the [...]
Frank Mastropolo Good morning, East Village. “An NYU psychology student was busted Monday for allegedly turning his dorm room into an air- rifle factory where he assembled and sold illegal pellet guns used in recreational war games, cops said.” [NY Post] “Staff at a lower East Side school roughed up a 7-year-old special-needs student and [...]
Kelsey Kudak Kelsey Kudak More than 800 tiles like this will be hung in the school’s gallery “Community” is one word East Side Community High School takes seriously, and not just because it’s a part of its name. After structural damages shut down their building on East 12th Street in September, students and administrators began [...]
Joanna Marshall Students ringed Cooper Union’s Foundation Building to “give it a hug” after an announcement that the school would end its practice of providing full scholarships to all undergraduates. As a half dozen police officers kept watch, students, alumni and faculty gathered beneath a large banner — reading “FREE EDUCATION TO ALL” — strung [...]
Just a couple of weeks after HBO announced that “The Newsroom” would be back for a second season, signs have gone up along Avenue B, just above Tompkins Square Park, indicating that Aaron Sorkin’s news drama, starring Jeff Daniels and Emily Mortimer, will film there. The notice at left says the shoot will occur Thursday [...]
Astor Place was buzzing today as a slew of bike-share stations were installed on Lafayette Street and construction of a public plaza at 51 Astor neared completion.
Following an announcement that Cooper Union would cut scholarships for incoming students to 50 percent next year, current students and faculty members furiously scribbled questions onto slips of paper and shouted complaints during a tense back-and-forth at the school's Great Hall.
Daniel Maurer As if Cooper Union didn’t have enough on its plate today, the East Village Community Coalition is circulating an online petition demanding that the school “not house students” in the former P.S. 64 building, which should instead be “returned to use for our community.” The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Cooper Union [...]
Cooper Union will cut in half the full scholarships it has traditionally awarded to incoming undergraduates beginning the in the fall of next year, the Board of Trustees announced today. Mark Epstein, chairman of the Board, made the announcement to a packed room at the school’s Great Hall this afternoon. Mr. Epstein said the school [...]
Daniel Maurer Just noticed the new mural at Heart n’ Soul, on East Third Street. What do you think? Better than Mama, below? Melvin Felix
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“Gold Guy” made an appearance this afternoon at the Astor Place cube. After aiming an aeresol can of gold paint at his face, he turned it toward the desk chair and naked mannequin he planned to use as props during a show in Union Square. “I’ve been doing this for 12 years,” he told The [...]