The Latest: Where to Find Food and WiFi, Who’s Back Open, Etc.

UntitledDaniel Maurer The Wicked Willy’s party shuttle was out and about yesterday.

Good afternoon, East Village. Here’s the latest from around the neighborhood and around the Web.

Lower East Side residents are growing increasingly frustrated. [Gothamist]

Neighbors have been helping residents of housing complexes such as Haven Plaza. [DNA Info]

WNYC and Democracy Now! checked in with residents of local low-income high rises.

A Lower East Side resident set up an impromptu coffee stand. [Gawker]

A list of places to find free WiFi. [Observer]

In addition to stopping by NYU’s student center, Alec Baldwin helped out his neighbors. [Today]

Percy’s Tavern and others have been running generators and allowing customers to charge cellphones. [DNA Info]

In addition to Percy’s, Mug Lounge, Key Bar, Phoenix, and Heathers were open on East 13th Street last night. [The Local/Twitter] Bait & Hook was also operating with a generator, and offering cell phone charges.

The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space is offering a free cell charging service. [MoRUS]

Theater for the New City is operating a charging station at East 10th Street, between First and Second Avenues. And NYU’s Bobst library is again offering outlets and free WiFi to the public. [The Local/Twitter]

The parties raged on at Wicked Willy’s and Le Souk. [The Daily]

Food and water have been donated to the Seward Park Coop, but concern about the development’s older residents is growing. [The Lodown]

Generators have been deployed to public housing complexes. [The Lodown]

169 Bar, Interstate Food & Liquor, and others were open last night on the Lower East Side. [The Lodown]

Robert Sietsema of The Voice checked in with local restaurant owners. [Fork in the Road]

Rai Rai Ken is giving away hot ramen today. [Twitter]

The owner of 7th Street Village Farm didn’t sleep for two days, keeping the store open during the storm. [Washington Post]

The East Village showed “signs of life amid eerie calm,” according to The Guardian.

Up and running again:
Union Square location of Whole Foods. [Twitter]
Russ & Daughters. [Twitter]
Idle Hands Bar [Twitter]
La Lucha [Twitter]
Danspace [Twitter]
Village Voice [Twitter]
Tinto Fino [Twitter]

Shows canceled:
Stomp [Twitter]
Public Theater [Twitter]
Horse Trade Theater [Twitter]
Bowery Electric [Brooklyn Vegan]

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