The Day | Tap-Dancing Sheep!

UntitledSuzanne Rozdeba

Good morning, East Village.

Check out the above flyer for the Church of the Village’s seventh annual Christmas pageant. “Tap Dancing Sheep!”

The unidentified man who was found dead on the tracks of an L train station is thought to have been homeless. [NY Post]

Residents of a coop on East 14th Street are banding together to rebuild their building after the storm. [WNYC]

Sol Moscot is moving from its current home to 118 Orchard Street. The new location will feature “live music shows, as well as plenty of space to showcase Moscot family memorabilia, commemorating our history and that of the Lower East Side.” [Gothamist]

The site of NYU’s Palladium Hall was once home to “the cavernous Julian Billiard Academy, run since 1933 by the Julian family but operating as a pool hall since 1916. Until Julian’s shut its doors in 1991, it was New York’s oldest billiards room and once one of hundreds across the city.” [Ephemeral NY]

“This month’s regional dinner at Mercadito will feature the cuisine of Central Mexico in four courses: Sopa de Tortilla, Tacos de Canasta, Taquiza de Barbacoa, and Churros. $25 per person for dinner; $20 for three cocktails.” [Grub Street]