Nabe News

Posted on: January 19th, 2009 at 2:22 pm by

Rather than try and bust open curbside ATMs, petty thieves are now just stealing the entire contraption. The Post reports that three such cash machines were stolen from the streets of the LES. Classy [NY Post]

The Holiday Cocktail Lounge is back in business. Rejoice [Vanishing NY]

The trapezoidal church at 58 Washington Square South will soon have a wrecking ball in its sanctuary. Thanks NYU [Curbed]

Back to scaffolding at 13th and Avenue A, plus some bonus crime history [Blah Blog Blah]

Of drugs and arrests in the old neighborhood, another great piece of writing from Drew Hubner [East of Bowery]

Rivington Guitars moved out of its namesake neighborhood to the pastures of East Fourth Street [EV Podcasts]

A brief history of Tompkins Square Park [Ephemeral NY]



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