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Bike-Share Stands Popping Up

Joanna Marshall Citi Bikes Though it won’t launch until sometime next month, the bike share program is finally kicking into high gear. This morning, we noticed that racks had materialized on Mott Street, near Prince Street. And EV Grieve spotted some on Lafayette Street. The Times reported last week that registration for the long-delayed program started Monday. […]

Bowery Gets New Scaffolding, Newsstand, Billboard, Action at Amato

Daniel Maurer Daniel Maurer Work at Amato Opera House The Bowery was abuzz this afternoon, as workers installed a new billboard above B Bar. Say hello to Questlove, folks. On the opposite corner of Bowery and East Fourth Street, scaffolding went up at 3 Cooper Square. The application for the construction permit indicates the owner […]

Cause of Early-Morning Car Blaze Still Unknown

Konstantin Sergeyev The cause of a fire that totaled a 2012 Volvo and a 1990s Honda Civic early Saturday is still unknown, according to a police source. The blaze in front of 606 East Ninth Street (the former P.S. 64 building) was called in at 1:24 a.m. Saturday and extinguished by 1:45 a.m., according to Jim […]

Gym Coming to Burger-Klein Building?

Will the building that houses the Gracefully supermarket soon be home to a gym?

Shaoul Seeks $53 Million For Six Buildings On East Fourth

Two of the buildings are responsible for the anti-Shaoul blog Occupy East 4th Street.

About Those Fishy Mermaid Inn Rumors…

Mermaid Inn’s TwitterYo, rumormongers: get a clue! Last week the Mermaid Inn tweeted that it had some “pretty exciting news to share about the East Village” soon. Of course, it wasn’t long before the neighborhood rumor mill kicked into high gear, as several readers told EV Grieve that the restaurant was expanding next-door. That blog’s […]

The Day | Gallery Sues Over Schrager Hotel

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The Day | Make We Merry

Scott Lynch Good morning, East Village. Make we merry, yes, but maybe not too merry. Look at the calories in this stuff. But before the party starts, Lucky’s Famous Burgers is feeling out of place on East Houston–imagine–and is looking to “Houstanize” (sic) its design. If there was ever a reason to scamper across neighborhood […]

The Day | What’s in a Nog?

Gloria Chung Good morning, East Village. In yet another reminder that the clean-up work after Sandy continues, the East Village is set to regain its R train connection with Brooklyn before the holidays. Spare a thought too for the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. After long struggles to renovate the fabric of its old building, its heating […]

The Day | Mars Bar Corner Up For Grabs

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In The Bean’s Windows, NYU Students, Hipsters, Crusties, and Babushkas

Check out the latest from Nicolina, the East Village artist who does the holiday windows at The Bean, among others.

Here’s Why 41 Cooper Square Is Dented

The new academic building’s armor was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Nino’s, Flea Market Renovate Post-Sandy

A couple of businesses on the corner of Avenue A and St. Marks Place have taken longer than most to reemerge from Sandy.

The Day | Sandy, Betty Headed For East Village

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The Day | Virgins Too Loud For Neighbors

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The Day | Nightlife Impresario Gets “Civic Lashing” at C.B. 3 Meeting

Ria Chung Good morning, East Village. Local nightlife impresario Ravi DeRossi and the team behind Proletariat beer bar got a “civic lashing” at Monday’s S.L.A. Licensing Committee meeting, reports Grub Street. The committee was perturbed that they didn’t get a 30-day notice before Mr. DeRossi converted the now-shuttered Jane’s Sweet Buns into the bar. Committee chair […]

The Day | Brooklyn Man Charged with Murder in LES Shooting

Meagan Kirkpatrick Good morning, East Village. Police have arrested Brooklyn resident Joshua Nunez, 21, in connection with a fatal shooting on Oct. 6 outside of the Jose Beauty Salon and Barber Shop on Forsyth Street, reports the Daily News. He was apprehended in the death of NoLIta resident Charles Fernandez, 29, and charged with murder and […]

The Day | ‘Mystery Lot’ Rises

Meagan Kirkpatrick Good morning, East Village. In the latest “Mystery Lot” news, EV Grieve has photos of new construction at 211 13th Street, where there are plans to erect an 83-unit building. No sign yet of the rooftop cabana terraces. EV also points us to a couple of closings, including Pinisi Café & Bakery on East […]

All the Fro-Yo News You Can ‘Handle’ (Get It?)

Red Mango opens, Only U closes, Yogurt Crazy still hasn’t opened, and 16 Handles has a new flavor: pumpkin!