Nabe News: June 10

Posted on: June 10th, 2010 at 1:37 pm by

A subway move, LES coffee bar, and the Strokes, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

The folks behind Rusty Knot are looking to open a Lower East Side “coffee bar.”  A Craigslist ad reveals that they plan to serve coffee infused with high end spirits and liqueurs [Grub St]

A look back at Walid Menswear on Fourteenth Street, which closed for good last month [EV Grieve]

The Strokes played a secret reunion show, their first since 2006, in London last night under the name Venison.  Setlist was mostly old favorites, and kicked off with “New York City Cops.” [Stereogum via NY Press]

65-year-old Greenwich Village resident, Donald Healy,  successfully scaled Mt. Everest and is back with his tale [The Villager]

One Flushing man moved all his belonging to a new abode on the Upper West Side via subway car! [Daily Intel]

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