Nabe News: October 11

Posted on: October 11th, 2010 at 1:01 pm by

Crowd-sourcing graffiti, ‘inoteca expanding again, and M15 Select Bus Service, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

Rag & Bone, which took over 73 East Houston from Cafe Colonial this past summer, is crowd-sourcing the community for mural designs.  The Elizabeth Street facade has been tagged numerous times since opening, and they are “tired of bad graffiti.” [EV Grieve; Previously]

The ‘inoteca empire is expanding once again, with locations in Williamsburg and Tribeca. ‘inoteca first opened on the Lower East Side ten years ago [Eater]

Greetings from the corner of Pell and Mott Streets, circa 1940s [Ephemeral NY]

Picking apart the press for the M15 Select Bus Service, which began over the weekend [Second Avenue Sagas]

See if you can find any real-world semblance of Edward Hopper’s Early Sunday Morning painting [Vanishing NY]

And lastly, a reminder to Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!



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