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Tile Bar: Mosaic Man Hopes to Raise $80K

“Mosaic Man” Jim Power, last seen selling belt buckles and creating colorful mosaics for The Bean, Porchetta and other local businesses is turning his attention back to the light poles for which he’s best known. The local legend just launched an Indie GoGo campaign in hopes of raising $80,000, so he can restore poles that […]

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45 Years Later, Performers Recall Fillmore East, Church of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Frank Mastropolo Jimi Hendrix There wasn’t any fanfare about it, but the Fillmore East would’ve turned 45 last month. On March 8, 1968, the 2,700-seat concert hall opened its doors with the first of two shows featuring rockers Big Brother & the Holding Company with Janis Joplin, folk singer Tim Buckley and blues guitarist Albert […]

The Day | City Sued Over N.Y.U. 2031

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the Web, including the Mosaic Man’s latest work, the story behind a new hotel of First Avenue and more.

Mosaic Man Avoids Eviction, Agrees to Pay Back Rent

Jim Power avoided eviction from his apartment at The Lee today. The Mosaic Man agreed to pay $547.29 in outstanding rent by the end of September.

Mosaic Man Booted From Studio

The neighborhood’s most visible artist has been kicked out of his studio.

The Day | Water Shop in the Spotlight

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the web, including more on Molecule, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver going rogue, and a dead pigeon on an air conditioner.

The Day | Secret Studios, Hidden Restaurants, and 19 Other Morning Reads

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | May Day Meet-Ups Across the East Village

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Bean’s Coffee Mural Leaves Bad Taste in Landlord’s Mouth?

A local artist, along with the Mosaic Man, is creating a mural for The Bean’s forthcoming location on First Avenue. But there’s a slight chance the steam-themed mural will evaporate.

New Merch From Mosaic Man

The t-shirt and other Mosaic Man bric-a-brac just launched on Cafe Press.

Mosaic Man, Crime Fighter?

Clayton Patterson pens a long profile of Jim Power for The Villager.

The Day | The Details of Billy’s Goodbye Bash

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the latest in the Danny Chen case, 20 percent off “On the Bowery,” Five Tacos reviewed, and more.

We’re Floored! The Local Gets Mosaic Man’s Tile Treatment

The Local East Village shares a light pole with other bloggers and media outlets in the neighborhood.

Mosaic Man Annexes Porchetta

Jim Power’s latest is at the eatery on East Seventh Street.

Tompkins Square Bagels Opens: How It’s Looking, What It’s Cooking

Photos: Noah Fecks Over a month after a sign by “Mosaic Man” Jim Power was hoisted over the storefront at 165 Avenue A, near Tenth Street, Tompkins Square Bagels has finally opened. Yesterday, owner Chris Pugliese told The Local that he planned to soft-open this morning. Mr. Pugliese said he planned to sell vegan and […]

The Bean Reopens One Avenue Over: How It’s Looking, What It’s Cooking

After closing its First Avenue digs in September, The Bean reopened today on First Avenue.

Mosaic Man Installs Sign at The Bean, Opening Monday

The East Village’s most familiar artist is presiding over the installation of new signage at the soon-to-open cafe.

The Bean Will Get The Mosaic Man Treatment

The cafe under construction on Second Avenue is the latest neighborhood business to get the distinct signage.