Posts Tagged ‘East Village’

Disguise Season

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By Evan Mulvihill Amy Poehler, Matt Walsh, and Horatio Sanz discuss their hilarious Halloween costumes. The Citibank CEO runs away from my questions at a fancy fall gala. This month’s Bash Compactor makes $1.75 million a year but doesn’t want to talk to you. Celebrity Impersonators The Upright Citizens’ Brigade has opened a new East [&hellip
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A New Hampshire ex-pat charts the cultural shifts born and bred in Downtown Manhattan By Danny Gold Anthony Pappalardo is not a fan of the term cultural historian, especially when applied to him. He is even less enthusiastic about being referred to as an expert on youth subculture. In fact, Pappalardo bristles at those descriptions. [&hellip
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Where Art & Bed Bugs Roost

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Hunter Fine creates cautionary street art installations for LES and  EV apartment seekers By Beth Mellow When his buddy’s apartment was infested by bed bugs, Hunter Fine didn’t recoil in horror or offer to call an exterminator. He reacted in the only way that befits a creative type: He created art. “One of my friends [&hellip
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Haunted Ground

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The superlative ghostly hangouts of Downtown Manhattan By Annie Lubin Most (Proven) Haunted Place: Merchant’s House Museum The Merchant’s House Museum is the oldest New York City home to have survived virtually intact. Built in 1832 and occupied by the same family for 100 years, the house would be interesting if only because it’s a [&hellip
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Interactive Map Shows City’s Most Dangerous Streets for Pedestrians

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TEACHERS UNITE FOR BETTER FOOD If you happen to see roughly 1,000 New York City schoolteachers flocking to the Broadway building of the United Federation of Teachers the morning of Saturday, Oct. 22, do not be alarmed—The Food Bank for New York City is just hosting its annual daylong nutrition education training program at 52 [&hellip
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Following the Garden Path in the East Village

Written by Melissa Berman on . Posted in Breaking News

In the 1970s, when an economic crisis saw the city—especially less affluent neighborhoods like the East Village—falling apart, something beautiful began popping up amidst the vacant lots and demolition sites. It was in this time that the seeds were planted, literally, for a community garden movement that today boasts 39 plots of varying sizes throughout [&hellip
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Haute Flea

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Gone are the days of roaming the flea market on Avenue A and finding vintage T-shirts, old records and the guys from Interpol sulking on a Sunday afternoon. Starting this weekend, though, there’s MARTE on 3rd, a weekend market featuring clothing from designer Jackie Hates You, customized housewares from Lightexture, snacks from Georgia’s Eastside BBQ [&hellip
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