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Video: On First Day of Summer, Joe’s Pub Takes It to the Street

The sixth annual Make Music festival celebrated the first day of summer with free concerts around the city yesterday.

The Day | Joe’s Pub Is Back in Business

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the reopening of Joe’s Pub, the rise of southern food, and the rise of East Village rents.

Dead Poets Society: Lorca on Stage and Neruda in Song

If you’re a Spanish and Latin American poetry buff, prepare to be lured out of your armchair.

The Nuyorican Fights the Chill

Hannah ThonetmuMs is one of the poets scheduled to perform at Joe’s Pub, Thursday evening. Hurricane Sandy wrecked the HVAC system at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, leaving the storied performance space without heat. In an email to The Local, executive director Daniel Gallant said that while “relatively warm weather and the use of small space […]

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 […]

Care to Admire the Public Theater’s New Cocktail Lounge and ‘Shakespeare Machine’?

On the heels of last week’s rededication ceremony, The Public Theater unveiled two new amenities this week. At an event last night, the “Shakespeare Machine,” a sort of high-tech LED chandelier, made its formal debut. The installation – created by artist Ben Rubin and statistician Mark Hansen, who collaborated on a similar work in the […]

Video: At Public Theater’s Relaunch, Much Ado About Something

Video of Vanessa Redgrave, Mayor Bloomberg, and others at the Public Theater’s rededication ceremony.

Here’s the Menu For Carmellini’s Library at the Public, Opening Tuesday

Andrew Carmellini’s hotly anticipated mezzanine lounge at the Public Theater is now taking reservations.

The Day | Rooftop Film Tonight, Anne Hathaway Next Month

The Local’s roundup of East Village news from around the Web, including the latest Momofuku expansion news, two new cocktail spots, and more.

Epic Block Parties: Public Theater’s Rededication, FAB! Festival

The Public Theater and Fourth Arts Block are both celebrating themselves with outdoor blowouts involving food trucks, musical and theatrical performances, and more. Here are the details, just announced.

Carmellini’s Library Opening By Oct. 4

And the chef’s other project on Lafayette Street is still without a name.

Public Theater Ribon-Cutting Set for Oct. 4, Mayor May Show

Will Andrew Carmellini’s hotly anticipated new mezzanine lounge be open then also?

Is This the Name of Andrew Carmellini’s New French Spot?

Signage went up at 380 Lafayette Street, where the owners of The Dutch and Locanda Verde are planning a new French restaurant.

The Day | 7,500-Pound Molecule in Union Square, and 11 Other Morning Reads

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the web, including the final CBGB Festival lineup, sentencing in the “parking punch” trial, a misshap at the Philip Glass concert, a LES gallery crawl, and more.

CBGB Update: Music, Film, and Comedy Hits East Village

Cloud Nothings, War on Drugs, the So So Glos and D Generation are a few of the latest additions to the fest planned for the weekend of July 4.

The Day | Stream Joey Ramone’s New Album

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | Kate’s Joint Bringing the Bacon?

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a sinkhole update, a new musical at Joe’s Pub, and the BMW exiled from Berlin.

The Day | January, The ‘Coolest Month Onstage’

A roundup of this morning’ s news, including a new kitchen at Joe’s Pub, some theater performances worth catching, a couple of new restaurants, and a couple of closings.

The Day | Mistrial in Avenue C Strangulation Death

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a night of dirty songs, a new skate park, a chat with Grey Era’s owner, and a new Italian spot.

A Star of the Polish Jazz Scene Returns

An interview with Aga Zaryan, a multi-platinum jazz singer from Poland, who will make a pair of rare New York concert appearances this weekend, including one in the East Village Sunday.