Nabe News: August 28

Posted on: August 28th, 2009 at 1:01 pm by

Jeremiah rode along the MOVE! Art party train on the J line last night.  Shenanigans the whole way to Broadway Junction in East New York, where locals warned hipster revelers of their neighborhood encroachment [Vanishing NY]

Countdown walk signals unveiled in the East Village at the corner of Third Avenue and Fourteenth Street [EV Grieve]

Eater stops by one of our favorite local watering holes, 169 Bar [Eater]

Duane Reade Sharpie justice on the Lower East Side [Racked]

Veselka is one year away from opening its Bowery location.  The Feed reports that the eatery just secured a liquor license but “is facing some arduous building issues.” Don’t get your hopes up just yet [The Feed via Grub St]

Just another Thursday night in the East Village [Neither More Nor Less]



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