Posts Tagged ‘Lower East Side’

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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Neighborhood Chatter: 9.15.11

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FINANCIAL DISTRICT THE VERY FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL After a two-year incubation period at the Tweed Courthouse on Chambers Street, the students of the Spruce Street School finally moved to their permanent location in the Gehry Tower last week. A red carpet—though more for the rain than for fanfare—was laid out at the school entrance [&hellip
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Following History One Step at a Time

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As one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York City, the Lower East Side has more than a few checkered tales in its vault. To preserve and share these stories, the Lower East Side History Project—a nonprofit organization designed to foster an appreciation for the LES’ past—presents a series of absorbing tours. Of course they [&hellip
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