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Andrew Cote Andrew Cote’s Bee Bus When a bee buzzes in your window, you’ll all but crash your car to get it out. Not so with Andrew Cote: the beekeeper bought a school bus for the express purpose of filling it with bees. The Bee Bus will be a mobile classroom for teaching kids about honeybees […]
The beekeeper who handled that recent Bowery swarm gets a cameo in a new movie starring Mira Sorvino and Tammy Blanchard, set in Union Square.
A roundup of this morning’s news, including the East Village in the 1940s, Jeff Buckley remembered, Harry Greenberg commemorated, more bee swarms, a People’s Pops cookbook, and more.
A beekeeper who tends to the bees on the rooftop of the Bowery Poetry Club thinks the bees that swarmed near Bleecker Street on Wednesday likely came from a neighboring hive rather than those belonging to the literary bar.
The Sixth Street Community Center got approximately 15,000 new tenants yesterday: about three and a half pounds of bees that could make honey for its café, opening next month. The four hives on the former synagogue’s rooftop are among many in the East Village, according to the beekeeper who brought the swarm down from Central Park.
The bees that swarmed on the Bowery yesterday will find a new home in Queens today. But where did they come from in the first place? The beekeeper that relocated them points to the rooftop of the Bowery Poetry Club.