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Recent Stories

Rain or Brine: LES Pickle Day is Still on for Tomorrow

The weekend forecast can’t sour the festivities lined up for the Lower East Side Pickle Day. The show will go on as scheduled tomorrow, Sunday from 12 to 6pm. As previously mentioned, Orchard Street between Delancey and East Houston will showcase more than fifteen local pickle vendors and 30+ restaurants serving up “pickle themed delicacies.” […]

Uncapped: Rezor Rob and His Razor Sharp Style

Uncapped is back again with an artist whose style can only be described as immaculate. Colors, lines, hand style and dedication. Please welcome Rezor reppin’ LI. First, a little history from him… I grew up in both Nassau County (Hempstead area) and the Bronx. My parents were divorced when I was young. I lived at mom’s […]

New ‘Kitty’s a-Go-Go’ Snack Shop on Stanton Street Taps Snoop Dogg as Partner

So, it turns out the Kitty’s Canteen offshoot in the adjacent retail at 11 Stanton Street boasts the Doggfather as partner. Indeed, Snoop Dogg (nay, Calvin Broadus Jr.), an early adoptor of the restaurant, now counts himself as co-owner with The Box’s Richard Kimmel on the tiny takeout joint. Dubbed Kitty’s a-Go-Go, this “light” version […]

NYPD Patrol Tower Rolled Into Sara D. Roosevelt Park Again Yesterday

The surveillance state continues in Sara D. Roosevelt Park. NYPD rolled out its “tower of power” in the median greenspace yesterday for the second time in as many months. Though, this go-round, it’s south of Delancey Street, right beside the sunken court. There is still no official comment on the patrol towers of late. We […]

Essex Crossing Attracts the Children’s Museum of Manhattan to the LES

Essex Crossing nabs a new cultural institution to stock its ranks. With the Warhol Museum having suddenly defected from Essex Crossing last March (Site 1), Delancey Street Associates had been on the lookout for a replacement ever since. Bound by the ULURP, the consortium was required to include a “cultural facility” of some sort in […]