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Tribes in the Spotlight

A quick history of Gathering of the Tribes, which is facing possible eviction.

The Local’s Guide to New Year’s: Where to Eat, Drink, and Dance the Year Away

New Year’s Eve is the worst night of the year to catch a cab – reason enough for East Villagers to keep it local. And if you don’t live in the neighborhood? Well, some of these parties are worth crawling to.

The Day | Bars Closed for Illegal Sale of Alcohol

A round up of this morning’s news, including a blood wrestling match, a new play at the Nuyorican, and an East Villager who makes commercials for Occupy Wall Street.

The Day | Recalling Punk Palaces and a Motorcycle Club Without Motorcycles

A roundup of today’s news, including an all-you-can-drink brunch deal and the closing of a roast-beef joint.

An Honor for the Poet Bob Holman

The poet Bob Holman, founder of the Bowery Poetry Club, and the Fourth Arts Block, will be honored tonight at the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation’s 31st annual meeting.

The Day | A Poet Fights for His Legacy

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

The Day | More Support for 35 Cooper

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

The Day | A Block’s Shifting Storefronts

A roundup of blogposts related to the East Village, including items on the changing nature of businesses along East Third Street and the new owner of the Polonia Restaurant.

Taking The Pulse Of East Village Poetry

An examination of the East Village’s poetry scene, including visits to the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, the Bowery Poetry Club and the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s.

A Literary Tour of the East Village

A roundup of iconic East Village literary landmarks.

Celebrating the Arts on Fourth Street

The Fourth Arts Block, or FAB! as it’s known by the locals, held its seventh annual FAB! Festival on East Fourth Street in the East Village on Saturday.