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Liquorland: Nublu Move OK’d, Beatrice Inn Vets Victorious; Westville’s Lines Draw Ire

A little over a year after it was shut down because it was too close to a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall, Nublu has been redeemed. At last night’s meeting of Community Board 3’s liquor licensing committee, the club managed to win support for a proposed move up the street. Another high-profile applicant with ties to the legendary Beatrice Inn also went home happy, but Westville East, L’Asso EV and others failed to emerge unscathed.

Disgruntled Neighbors Dampen Nublu’s Birthday Week

It’s been a week of highs and lows for Nublu. Tonight, the club celebrates its 10th anniversary at Le Poisson Rouge. But earlier this week, owner Ilhan Ersahin was forced to defended himself against accusations that his live music venue is to blame for noise on Avenue C.

The Day | Nublu Celebrates 10 Years

A roundup of East Village news from around the web, including a court case involving Lou Reed and Andy Warhol, an opening night report from Chez Andre, photos from the “go-go for Obama” event and more.

C.B. 3 Agenda: New License for Nublu, How Best to Keep Skatepark Open

A roundup of items from the just-released Community Board 3 agenda.

Nublu Gets New Life, Reopens in Time for New Year’s

But it will serve beer and wine, and be more “neighborhood-style.”

Japa Dog, Nublu To Try Again At C.B. 3 Next Month

A quick glance at next month’s calendar of Community Board 3 meetings.

New Nublu on Hold

The embattled haven for avant-garde artists is still seeking a new space.

Nublu and The Bean on C.B.’3 November Agenda

Will Nublu plead its case for liquor at a new location?

Nublu Owner Fights to Stay, but Wonders if Brooklyn is Next

The owner of Nublu, Ilhan Ersahin, thinks the loss of his club’s liquor license is unfair.

Chatter Box | Neighbors Back Nublu’s Fight for the Right to Party

The Local’s commenters overwhelmingly support Nublu in its fight to reopen.

DocuDrama: In the State’s Case Against Nublu, It’s Religion vs. Nightlife

The hip club may not be able to return to its location on Avenue C because of its proximity to a kingdom hall of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. See the SLA documents.

Thank You, East Village

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

Bikinis Brings Tapas, Sandwiches and Churros to Avenue C

After riding out a wave of opposition in March, Bikinis Eatery will open its doors this Saturday. Here’s a look inside.

The Day | Mendez Stands by NYCHA

A roundup of this morning’s news, including trends in food and drink and a preview of tonight’s big nightlife district meeting at Community Board 3.

The Day | Penley Preps for RNC Convention

A morning roundup of news, including the latest on the neighborhood’s most familiar protestor, and a big milestone for Nublu.

The Day | Line Around the Block for Chris Brown

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | Scarlett Johansson Takes In Some Theater

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Crime Report: Nasty Knife Fights, a Cyclist Slashing, and Much More

A roundup of the week that was in crime.

Bikinis Faces Wave of Opposition; Superdive Space, Too

Plus, Angelica Kitchen may resume BYOB service soon, and a new one from the owners of Edi and the Wolf.

The Day | Bungled Burglary at Il Bagatto

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a legendary knishery in trouble, Sidewalk’s Antifolk Festival, a new 5 Napkin Burger, and more.