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Rumor: Clinton Street Baking Company is Expanding Into Min’s Market Vacancy

Last modified April 22, 2014 at 11:52 am

Some chatter on the block reveals the juicy (nay, syrup coated) gossip that the thirteen-year-old Clinton Street Baking Company is allegedly expanding. Its target? Right next door at the corner of East Houston. Yup, Min’s Market. Longtime bodega Min’s Market succumbed to the real estate pressures on Saturday afternoon, leaving behind quite the valuable void. Not for […]

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Producer J. Ralph Shows His Secret Studio Inside the Old Clinton Star Theatre [PHOTOS]

Posted April 21, 2014 at 9:20 am

Inside that unassuming brick box on Attorney Street is an underground recording studio, rehearsal den, and event location called “The Space.” We toured the spot a couple years ago and noted its history as part of the Vaudeville-era Clinton Star Theatre (built in 1914). Periodically, it’s used as a location for private parties for the […]

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Ivan Ramen Opening May 9, Still Seeking BOH Staff

Last modified April 21, 2014 at 3:49 pm

The year-long build-out is almost over. Ivan Orkin is on the precipice of opening his eponymous noodle joint, Ivan Ramen, at 25 Clinton Street. The Lower East Side brick-and-mortar is one of the most hotly-anticipated openings this season. One that has all the foodie outlets drooling talking. Orkin tells the Times it’ll open on May […]

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Alexander Hall of Bluebird Opening ‘Rosella Coffee Shop’ at 23 Clinton Street

Posted April 21, 2014 at 5:52 am

Alexander Hall of Milk Bar and Bluebird Coffee Shop fame is a busy guy. Not only is he creating two new Australian-style cafes in Brooklyn called Brunswick (in South Slope and Bed Stuy), the entrepreneur has decided to simultaneously break ground yet again on the Lower East Side. Hall’s latest pursuit is the Rosella Coffee […]

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Min’s Market at Clinton and Houston is Going Out of Business

Last modified April 18, 2014 at 8:04 am

Min’s Market, the bodega stalwart at the corner of Clinton and East Houston, is going out of business this weekend. Boogie reader Mike Brown relays the info that the reliable grocer is set to close for good on Saturday. A significant rent increase is blamed for their downfall. It’s a substantial footprint. One can only […]

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Yopparai Owners Set to Open ‘Azasu’ at 49 Clinton Street

Posted April 16, 2014 at 5:53 am

The Clerkenwell conversion at 49 Clinton Street to Kupersmith back in 2011 didn’t quite take. The restaurant struggled to find a footing in the local restaurant row, and subsequently folded after a year and a half in business. That freed up some valuable real estate, and the husband-wife team at Yopparai around the corner came a-callin. Owners […]

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Rothstein’s Hardware Finally Moves Out of 56 Clinton Street Ahead of 7-Story Development

Last modified April 15, 2014 at 9:21 am

Rothstein’s Hardware is officially gone from its longtime home at 56 Clinton Street. The mom-and-pop had been at this unique address for three decades, but forced to relocate thanks to a new seven-story development in the works. The OG store closed this weekend; henceforth, the business will sell goods from the larger footprint at 106 […]

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Celebrity Tattoo Artist Bang Bang Closes Clinton Street Studio

Posted April 14, 2014 at 6:05 am

Bang, bang. It looks to be over. Tattooist for the stars, the venerable Bang Bang (aka Keith McCurdy), appears to have shuttered his two-year-old studio at 26 Clinton Street. The security gates are mostly closed and locked these days, and the storefront menu box is empty. Phone calls go unanswered, and the outgoing message reveals nothing […]

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Permits Filed for 7-Story Building at 50-52 Clinton Street; Will WD-50 Hang On?

Last modified April 10, 2014 at 7:49 am

Signs keep pointing to demise for WD-50, despite chef Wylie Dufresne’s numerous assurances to the contrary. It’s not just the appearance of a Davey Drill, though. Owner-developer Icon Realty Management filed permits with the DOB yesterday for its new seven-story building at 50-62 Clinton Street. The structure spells the end for the low-rise strip between […]

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Moby’s New Video for ‘Saints’ is a Rat’s Journey from Lower East Side to Paradise [VIDEO]

Posted April 8, 2014 at 6:00 am

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Moby’s latest longplayer, Innocents. We ranked it one of last year’s best. The former Lower East Sider chose the neighborhood as setting for the new music video single, “Saints.” Directed by Brad Hasse, the instrumental gem follows a puppet rat as it navigates the snowy streets. From […]

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