Nabe News: October 19

Posted on: October 19th, 2010 at 1:23 pm by

Pizza slinging Lil Jon, an oyster bar approval, and the bad old days of New York, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

NYU has been ruffling feathers for a long time.  In fact, some complaints date as far back as 1914 [EV Grieve]

Lil Jon is reportedly selling pizzas at Famiglia on 8th and Broadway until 3 pm today.  Can you say PR stunt? [Grub St]

Nightlife heavyweights Rob Shamlian and Frank Vivolo got the nod from Community Board 3 for their oyster bar concept at 87 Stanton Street [Lo-Down; Previously]

The fifteen shareholders at the Chelsea Hotel have decided to sell the iconic landmark. What would Sid and Nancy think of the hotel today? [Curbed]

Analyzing the “Bad old days of New York” [The Grumbler]

Economy Candy gets some ink on The Awl [Awl]

If you don’t have a Halloween costume just yet, consider being the Donald [Guest of a Guest]

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