The Day | SoHo House Offers Community Space

Burned MotorcycleFrank Mastroplo The charred remains of a motorcycle fire.

Good morning, East Village.

Shots of the neighborhood from 1987 include one of “a youthful looking Jim Power working on his mosaic outside of the old Alcatraz bar on the St. Marks and Ave A.” [Flaming Pablum]

A chat and a song from the Singing Vegan. [The Lo-Down]

Molly Crabapple is showing paintings inspired by Occupy Wall Street. “Called ‘Shell Game,’ the series of nine 4-foot-by-6-foot paintings is due to go on view Sunday at the Smart Clothes Gallery, on the Lower East Side. [DNA Info]

“On Tuesday, April 9, 2013, several long time neighbors gathered for a special event celebrating a new book by Nina Howes and Lower East Side History Project’s Eric Ferrara, entitled, Lower East Side: Oral Histories (History Press, 2012).” [The Lo-Down]

“In it’s continuing quest to open a new location on the Lower East Side, Soho House is offering to establish a dedicated community space in its building at 139 Ludlow St.” [The Lo-Down]

Some photos of dishes from Andrew Carmellini’s Lafayette, plus the menu. [The Feed]