Nabe News: July 18

Posted on: July 18th, 2008 at 11:07 am by

Gothamist has a list of the 600 Starbucks locations to be shut down. Midtown is the most affected. Unfortunately, the Allen and Delancey location will remain in operation. Viva la 88 Orchard [Gothamist]

Plazas and more open park area is in the works for Community Board 3 – LES and parts of Chinatown. It will be nice to have some green, but it will only mask the trash and stench that forever lives in these downtown streets [The Villager]

Jeremiah checks out scenes of old downtown New York in the movie Moscow on the Hudson [IMDB]. See what he has to say, and learn a thing or two [JVNY]

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