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Posted on: March 10th, 2009 at 1:57 pm by

The NY Times looks at Faerman’s cash register store on Bowery and Broome. Luckily, this father-son business owns the building. “The father says the Bowery has always been a barometer” of neighborhood change [NY Times via EV Grieve]

There’s a neighborhood meeting tonight regarding new renovations to the Public Theater on Lafayette. Plans include a new grand entrance into the landmark. Stop by the NYU Silver Building at 6:30 PM [Colonnade Row]

A neat little history of the long lost Sheriff Street on the Lower East Side. It once spanned between Houston and Grand Streets right near the Williamsburg Bridge [Ephemeral NY]

CBGB has now been resurrected on the internet. Take a virtual tour and try to remember the lovely stench [CBGB Online via Flaming Pablum]

Dumpster diving on East Ninth Street, and one man’s purchase of a 1974 Chevy Monte Carlo [Hunter-Gatherer]

An extensive look at storefronts along Avenue C between Sixth and Seventh Streets [EV Grieve]

K-Rock will die tomorrow at 5 PM. In its place will rise Now FM, a Top 40 radio station [NY Times]

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