Nabe News: November 30

Posted on: November 30th, 2010 at 1:43 pm by

Pee Wee Herman stopped by the new Kenny Scharf mural yesterday, sans suit and bowtie [Curbed]

How did you feel two drinks ago?  Cityroom reports on the health department’s ad campaign to curb drinking during the holidays [Cityroom]

The Palladium, then and now [Flaming Pablum]

An awesome urban etiquette flyer urging people to curb their dogs was spotted on Rivington and Ridge [EV Grieve]

East Village eatery JoeDoe builds a Meat Munchkin to compete with Dunkin’ Donuts [Gothamist]

Bronx-born filmmaker Heather Quinlan is working on a documentary about the vanishing New York accent, dubbed If These Knishes Could Talk [Vanishing NY; Previously]

Stalled construction sites across the Five Boroughs are on the rise, with 692 sites reported (up 52%) as of October [Real Deal]

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