Nabe News: May 12

Posted on: May 12th, 2009 at 1:43 pm by

The Bullet Space artist collective at 292 East Third Street is the first of eleven former LES squats to be turned over to its residents. Grieve has the scoop [EV Grieve]

Notes from Community Board 3’s SLA Licensing Committee meeting last night. Spitzer’s Corner won’t receive a sidewalk cafe after all [Eater, Previously]

A detailed update on the situation unfolding in Tompkins Square Park, including information on the victim, Ms. Lesia Pupshaw. She was 26 [Neither More Nor Less]

Residents of 150-152 West Fourteenth Street were evacuated from their homes last week after its partial collapse. A nearby flyer claims that the slumlord allowed the building to deteriorate [Vanishing NY]

Looking at the framed autographed photos lining the walls of Manny’s Music [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

DBGB Kitchen & Bar will be in preview mode this weekend in anticipation of its official June opening [Grub St]

Muggers now targeting the SoHo Apple Store [Runnin’ Scared]

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