Nabe News: September 16

Posted on: September 16th, 2009 at 1:54 pm by

Curbed has the goods on the interior of the new Cooper Union spacecraft academic facility [Curbed]

St. Marks Place gains a burger joint called, wait for it, St. Marks Burger.  Take that, ramen and fro-yo.  It’s located at 33 St. Marks Place, home of Ray’s Occult bookshop in Ghostbusters 2 [EV Grieve]

The antiquated signage at 154 Stanton, once known as the Louis Zuflacht clothier [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

London-based graffiti artist D*Face is now hard at work in the Meatpacking District [Vanishing NY]

The brief honeymoon period in Washington Square Park is now over.  Phase II of the “redesign” plan, which calls for, among other things, changes to the dog run, quirky mounds, and chess area, will reportedly begin later this week.  Get ready for more fences [WSP Blog]

The Essex Street Market building between Broome and Delancey will come alive again this Friday with the opening of a new exhibition called FEED this Friday.  The project is by the Fragmental Museum, and “explores the market as a site of various kinds of exchange – commercial, social, and cultural.”  [Tenement Museum Blog]

Bret and Jemaine are returning with another Flight of the Conchords record.  Finally!  It will drop on October 20 [HBO]



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