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Posted on: January 27th, 2009 at 2:56 pm by

Copper thieves are slowly dismantling the exterior of the former Zen Palate at 16th Street and Union Square East. Cue the demise [Cityroom]

Due to expansion, Veselka is selling the “Veselkhiarascuro” mural by Arnie Charnick. The artist has been painting murals here since 1982 [Grub St]

A t-shirt that may be a prelude of sorts [EV Grieve]

In its second life, the Amato Opera might become another performance space. Let the speculation begin [Curbed]

There’s an outbreak of cell phone robberies in the subways. “Last year we averaged about two robberies a day in the system, and for the last quarter of ’08 it jumped to about three a day.” [Metro]

Profile of a narc. Bronx Science senior Hayden Miller has helped the city crack down on bodegas illegally selling cigarettes to minors [Racked]

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