Posts published by Nicole Guzzardi

Shelter Closings Make Finding a Lost Pet More Difficult

Micah Kaplan Arthur It’s been especially trying for Micah Kaplan to find Arthur, his brown-and-white Beagle mix, lost near Cooper Square Monday right before superstorm Sandy hit. Mr. Kaplan was taking Arthur for a walk around 3:30 p.m. that afternoon, just before the storm escalated. When he heard a loud noise, Arthur, who is shy […]

Dog Run-Duos | Greg and Brody

Greg Ko, an East Villager of 27 years, hits the run two or three times a day with his Dalmation, Brody.

Neighborhood Remembers Christine Ebel

It may be a couple of weeks before the cause of Christine Ebel’s death is known. A spokesperson at the city medical examiner’s office said further testing and investigation was necessary after an initial autopsy this morning.

I Coppi Will Rise From Dead in Vampire Freaks Space

The neighborhood longtimer, which closed in September, will reopen with a new name.

Dog-Run Duos | Wally and Jimmy

Time for some more fun at the run. Here’s this week’s dog-run duo. Nicole Guzzardi Nicole Guzzardi The Master: Jimmy Tom, 56, enjoys taking his dog to the park where they can get a little exercise. The East Village resident spent a recent afternoon doing pushups off a bench in the dog run while his […]

Macaron Parlour Now an Actual Parlour On St. Marks Place

After selling macarons wholesale for the past three years, Christina Ha and her husband Simon Tung opened the first brick-and-mortar location of Macaron Parlour earlier this afternoon.

Mano a Mano, La Sirena Preparing For Day of the Dead

La Sirena, the Mexican memorabilia shop that got news of a 42 percent rent hike in July, will live to see another Day of the Dead. And Mano a Mano’s Dia de Muertos festival returns.

Han Joo Brings Tabletop Korean Barbecue to St. Marks Next Week

Han Joo, the Korean barbecue joint that’s been going into the Sox in the City space on St. Marks Place, will open Tuesday. Have a look inside.

San Matteo Panuozzo Closes After Landlord Says Fuggedabout Pizza

San Matteo Panuozzo couldn’t cut it on St. Marks Place. Literally. The pizza-dough-sandwich shop has closed (and, contrary to a sign in the window, won’t be reopening) because its wasn’t allowed to serve proper pies.

Dog-Run Duos | Joanie and Gus

Joanie Koveleskie, 40, visits the park every day with her “life-saver,” a Siberian Husky named Augustus Gloop.

This Week, a New York City Music Festival Born in Florida

A music festival taking place across the East and West Villages this week is being billed as “East Meets West.” And the organizers? They’re from down south.

Holy Moley! After Four Decades, Moishe’s Will Get a Makeover

The High Holy Days are keeping Moishe Perl, the owner of Moishe’s Kosher Bake Shop, well occupied – but he’ll soon be even busier. After four decades on Second Avenue, the bakery is due for some changes.