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The Day | Philip Glass For Free

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the latest landmarking issues in NoHo, a congressional primary preview, a concert at the Merchant’s House Museum and more.

The Day | Happy Birthday, Philip Glass

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a retractable brownstone, updates from Boukies and Empellon Cocina, a new Mexican sandwich joint, and the return of the Ritz.

Thank You, East Village

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

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.

Making It | St. Mark’s Bookshop: ‘We’re Staying in the East Village’

With the Bookshop celebrating its 35th year, we spoke to owner Terry McCoy. As it turns out, he has a new space in mind, and it’s right here in the neighborhood.

Nightclubbing | The Raybeats

Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong continue sorting through their archives of punk-era concert footage as it’s digitized for the Downtown Collection at N.Y.U.’s Fales Library. In this edition: the discovery of a lost Philip Glass recording.

The Day | Lower East Side Films at Anthology

The Local’s roundup of East Village news around the Web, including a found parrot, a preview of New Museum’s Bowery exhibit, and more.

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.

Howl! Festival: Looking for a Happy Fix in Tompkins Square Park

It’s Allen Ginsberg’s birthday weekend and today Tompkins Square Park was buzzing with art, dance, music, and, um, bouncy castles and face-painting. Yes: it’s Howl! Festival.

Coca Crystal, a Wild Child Turned ‘Unconventional’ Mother

A cult cable-access host and onetime writer for The East Village Other raises her special-needs nephew as her son.

The Day | More Photos and Video from May Day

A roundup of this morning’s news, including more from May Day 2012.

Bang on a Can at B&H

A bite at B&H Dairy with the composers who started Bang on a Can in the East Village 25 years ago.

The Trouble With Nostalgia: Douglas Light’s Days of ‘East Fifth Bliss’

With “The Trouble With Bliss” opening tomorrow, The Local took a stroll down memory lane with Douglas Light, whose novel “East Fifth Bliss” was the basis of the film starring Michael C. Hall, Lucy Liu and Peter Fonda.

Coca Crystal: Handmaiden, Slum Goddess, Reporter

She started as secretary and by the end of EVO’s run, she was the underground paper’s defacto publisher.

East Village Noise Musicians Go West, But First: Two Weeks on Avenue C

Dominick Fernow, the founder of Hospital Productions, closed his record store to move to Hollywood, but this month he makes a slight return, as curator of a two-week series at the Stone.

The Day | Holiday’s Replacement Revealed?

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the temporary closing of Obscura Antiques & Oddities, praise for Masak, Philip Glass on the East Village, a visit to Gem Spa, and more.

After Ginsberg Disc, More From Russell

After the Tuesday release of a collaboration between Allen Ginsberg and the musician Arthur Russell, a record company now plans to issue more previously unreleased music by Mr. Russell.

A Ginsberg Collaboration Rediscovered

A new single, “Ballad of the Lights,” features a collaboration between musician Arthur Russell and the poet Allen Ginsberg. The track was recorded in 1977 and discovered in a dusty storage facility.

Happy Birthday, Tuli

Friends of Tuli Kupferberg, who died in July, gathered in the East Village Tuesday night to celebrate what would have been his 87th birthday.