The Day | Intermix Hitting Bowery in April

Dutifully serving Grand Marquis in the East VillageJakor Puls

Good morning, East Village.

The seventh Intermix store in Manhattan will open in the old Steve’s on the Bowery space at the end of April. [Racked NY]

After complications related to Hurricane Sandy, the city’s new bike share program is expected to launch in May.  Here’s an interactive map of the locations in the Lower East Side. [The Lo-Down]

Adele Atelier, a “no-frills beauty parlor for men and women,” will move into the upstairs-north storefront at 96 Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Artists have until May 1 to submit proposals for a “History Tribute Fence” to run along Delancey Street.  The contest is sponsored by the Business Improvement District, which runs two parking lots slated to be part of the Seward Park Mixed-Use Development Project. The winning artist will receive a stipend of $5000 to design a wall that recognizes the neighborhood’s creative culture. [The Lo-Down]

The work of eight Lower East Side artists is on display in Shanghai until May 5. Watch a video about the relationship between the art scenes in China and the Lower East Side here. [ARTINFO]

“Lobster, caviar, foie gras, black truffles, sea urchin: The ingredients featured on the menu at Sakamai are what I imagine would be served at an upscale wedding banquet with champagne fountains, not in a sake bar in the Lower East Side.” [Serious Eats]