The Day | Dining With Lydia Lunch

LNY on Ideal Glass

Good morning, East Village.

Above: the latest mural at Ideal Glass, by LNY.

“No Wave underground legend, feminist icon, artist, author, actress, musician and all-around troublemaker Lydia Lunch is now the author of a cookbook, The Need to Feed: Recipes for Developing a Healthy Obsession for Deeply Satisfying Foods, a “hedonist’s guide.” [Dangerous Minds]

Bowery Poetry Club relaunches Friday with Duane Park Burlesque. [Blackbook]

The Department of Transportation has installed a “bike corral” on Avenue B. “Mosey on up and tie up your steed.” [GammaBlog]

“According to a notice posted on the window, the team behind Wild Edibles is applying for a liquor license at 76 Clinton Street, which has been home to creative comfort food spot “Alias” for the past decade.” [The Lo-Down]

A year after its opening, an interview with Jean-Marc Houmard and Jon Neidich of Acme. [Eater]

“Interstate Food & Liquor, the 18-month-old bar and restaurant at 74 Orchard St., is changing hands.” [The Lo-Down]

“This coming Thursday and Friday, Alex Stupak will cook a nine-course meal with Jordan Kahn, chef of Red Medicine in Los Angeles, at Empellón Cocina.” Here’s the “super dramatic” trailer. [Grub Street]