Posts published in October, 2011

Street Scenes | Halloween at Mary Ann’s

The photography of Scott Lynch.

Window-Busting Brawl at 7A

According to an employee, an early-morning donnybrook led to a broken window.

Marble Cemetery Spooks Homebuyers?

That’s what the Wall Street Journal’s research might indicate.

Inside The Painstaking Restoration of St. Brigid’s Church

A rare look inside the restoration of one of the neighborhood’s great religious landmarks.

In The East Village, Christian Anarchy Meets Occupy Wall Street

Residents at the Catholic Worker’s two East Village houses have been a presence at Zuccotti Park, and say the founder of their movement, Dorothy Day, would have approved of Occupy Wall Street.

A Tale of Costumed Crimefighting on the F Train

Tim Milk, an East Villager who remembers the subway system as a very scary place, recalls a peculiar incident in the late 1990s.

The Day | The Bowery Gets Another Salon

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a couple of real estate developments, a profile of U.C.B.East, the latest on Pvt. Danny Chen, and more.

Viewfinder | On The Move

The photography of Isabel Gottlieb.

Salgado Murder Suspect Arrested

A 24-year-old has been charged in the shooting death of Donovan (Keith) Salgado.

DocuDrama: Troubled Preschool Shutters, Leaving Teachers and Parents Feeling Stiffed

Lawsuits, health and labor inspectors, and allegations of overwhelming debt and unpaid wages surround the school’s downfall.

Nublu and The Bean on C.B.’3 November Agenda

Will Nublu plead its case for liquor at a new location?

Rent is Under ‘Reconsideration,’ Reports St. Mark’s Bookshop

Rumors of the Bookshop’s demise much exaggerated?

Bob Arihood Remembered, Preserved

With a mass planned in honor of the late blogger tomorrow, posts on his two sites assure that his work will be preserved.

Spy Games at 20 Cooper Square

Some drama coming out of our own Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute today.

Jonas Mekas on His Mars Bar Movie

The legendary filmmaker talks about what Mars Bar meant to him. Plus, a review of his new documentary.

The Day | Suspect in Le Basket Robbery Arrested

A roundup of this morning’s news stories, including an Occupy Wall Street kerfuffle at the Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union, a new Latin American restaurant, and a new play starring a John Waters leading lady.

Street Scenes | Houston Street Cinderella

The photography of Scott Lynch.

Vera Hearts Halloween

Local jewelry designer Vera Balyura is really looking forward to Halloween

Sara’s Jewelry On East Fourth Street Closes Amidst Eviction

The landlord says the business didn’t pay the rent for six months, and that it is being evicted.

Peels Plans Basement Bar

A year after its opening, Peels plans to expand.