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Crime Report: Purse Pinches and Bag Snags

A roundup of purses recently left unattended in the East Village.

On C.B. 3 Agenda: More Pizza, by Way of Upper East Side

A look at what’s on tap for C.B. 3’s S.L.A. & D.C.A. Licensing committee

Data Shows Bars With Most Noise Complaints, But Is It Just Sound and Fury?

Recently released 311 complaint data reveals a veritable who’s-who in the neighborhood’s ongoing struggle with nightlife. Is it a signifier of which bars are the noisiest, or which neighbors complain the most? Or both?

Jazz Still Jumps in the East Village, If You Know Where to Find It

Despite the recent closure of the Moldy Fig, the East Village’s undersung jazz tradition lives on at Mona’s, the Stone, and other venues and one-offs.

The Local’s Most Commented Stories of 2011

From bike lanes to bar noise, from school squabbles to Four Loko — these are the stories that got readers of The Local worked up this year.

What a Drag: Lucky Cheng’s Will Leave East Village for 52nd Street

After 18 years in the neighborhood, the drag destination is leaving.

Nevada Smiths Hopes to Reopen in February, Will Show Soccer Games at Webster Hall

The owner of Nevada Smiths said a temporary bar in the venue is a perfect fit.

The Day | Chickpeas and Bacon

A roundup of news articles and blog posts related to the East Village. Including: A hummus-making competition, a look at an eclectic music venue and a new viral video hit.

Getting An Earful Of ‘Zombie Jazz’

The Local East Village profiles Father Figures, a group composed of five friends who describe their music as “zombie jazz,” – an effort to resurrect a dying breed of jazz musicians with its strong improvisational sounds, eclectic inspirations, and a distinct blend of fun.