The Day | Additions to CBGB Movie, Clean-Up Job at Trash & Vaudeville

Reported new Angelina Cafe spotSuzanne Rozdeba

Good morning, East Village. As you can see above, plywood just went up at 37 Avenue A. Angelina Cafe is moving there from across the street.

The CBGB festival got some new additions yesterday and now the Hollywood Reporter announces that the CBGB movie got some new cast members as well: Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will play Iggy Pop, Evan Alex Coe will play Richard Hell, and Steven Schub will play Dee Dee Ramone.

Flaming Pablum is disturbed by the site of Trash & Vaudeville, the CBGB-era boutique, devoid of its longtime coat of flyers, stickers, and graffiti.

But worry not, there’s still the occasional punk on the Bowery: a mohawked man wandered into a photoshoot with Shalom Harlow at the Bowery Hotel and got flashed by the supermodel. Fashionista has the photos to prove it.

The Daily News reports that Scout Willis, the 20-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, was busted for carrying an open container in the Union Square subway station and then offering police officers a fake ID.

DNA Info reports that a man died after falling six stories from a Second Avenue apartment building. The police are investigating it as a suicide.

Save the Lower East Side comes out against the idea of designating Second Avenue a historic district and cites some interesting reasons: “New York has got to build enough luxury housing to accommodate the upscale so that the upscale don’t invade and occupy the rest of the city.”

Off the Grid gives a shoutout to the Lower East Side History project, winner of a 2012 Village Award.

The Lo-Down pens an appreciation of midnight movies at Sunshine Cinema. “To the Midnight Movie’s continued existence as one of the best ways to spend your weekend night in New York, we raise our cups.”

Documenting stop and frisk stops? There’s an app for that!, according to The Post. Meanwhile, reports The Daily News, Mayor Bloomberg admits he’s worried that shootings are up despite stop-and-frisk, but he says he believes the controversial policy has reduced murders.

On Racked, artist Jennifer Hoyden sketches Barbara Feinman’s hat shop. The Local spoke to the milliner back in February.

The Times discovers that Bond Street noodle shop Hung Ry has closed.

Fork in the Road recommends five to-die-for dishes at Boukies, and notes that the grilled octopus “looks every inch the undersea menace.”

Russ and Daughters announces on its blog that this season’s supply of new catch herring is here.