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Posted on: October 27th, 2008 at 2:25 pm by

Thanks to renovations of 36 Cooper Square, the Village Voice will lose the lettering on the cornice above the first floor. Apparently, no one informed the staff [Curbed]

At eight years-old, the Two Boots Pioneer Theater in the East Village is shuttering. Blame rent increases and “tough times in the exhibition business.” [EVG]

A crisis of names for the corner bar at East 4th and 2nd. “First it was The Bar. Then it was bra-dancing 2 by 4. Last month it became the supposedly upscale Ambiance. And now: E4olution” [JVNY]

Friday night, Adopt-a-Bike-Lane and Transportation Alternatives launched its new initiative for a bike lane on Delancey. The corner of Essex and Delancey is reportedly the third most dangerous intersection for cyclists citywide [Streetsblog]

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