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Thank You, East Village

A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.

David Chang’s ‘Shroom Dealer Returns, Offering 100 Types of Honey

A specialty food shop that counted local chefs David Chang of Momofuku and Gabrielle Hamilton of Prune as fans will reopen next month.

The Day | ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Now Filming

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a play about CBGB, an art exhibit about Mars Bar, a new wine bar, the Summer of Riesling, and more.

The Day | What’s the Anarchist-Occupy Connection?

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Kaelen Haworth’s East Village

The Toronto native and Parsons graduate has been designing her eponymous brand of polished womenswear since 2010, and finds a good deal of inspiration in the neighborhood. She tells The Local about her neighborhood haunts.

The Day | Remembering Little Germany

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Take Heart: Valentine’s Day Doesn’t Have to Be Boring

The Local’s V-Day recommendations, including a jazz improv marathon, 30 plays in 60 minutes, a comedic celebration of David Lynch, naked girls reading, and of course: Prune.

The Day | La MaMa Evicts Millenium Film Workshop

A roundup of this morning’s news, including CBGBs rumormongering, a bottle fight at Odessa, a Bowery gallery’s moves in Mexico City, and Gabrielle Hamilton on whether Prune changed the neighborhood.

The Day | Soldiers Charged in Death of Danny Chen

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the rise of the Lower Eastpacking District, a closing date for Billy’s Antiques, another musical Christmas parade, and more.

The Day | Suspect in Le Basket Robbery Arrested

A roundup of this morning’s news stories, including an Occupy Wall Street kerfuffle at the Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union, a new Latin American restaurant, and a new play starring a John Waters leading lady.

In The East Village, It’s A Chef’s Life

Over the last few years, the East Village has become one of the city’s premier dining neighborhoods. Alongside the inexpensive pizzerias, the discount sushi, and the tandoori restaurants of East Sixth, serious restaurants have established themselves. The Local spends a day with Matt Hamilton, chef and partner in the Second Avenue restaurant Belcourt, to answer a simple question: What makes these places run?