Nabe News: October 4

Posted on: October 4th, 2010 at 1:23 pm by

Doc Holliday’s, Pulino’s neon, and NYC factoids, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

Neon signage says “no, no, no” to Pulino’s crowd [Eater; Previously]

“The first apartment building — earning that distinction because it pioneered private bathrooms in each unit — was likely the four-story Stuyvesant building, erected in 1869 at 143 E. 18th St.” This and a few other cool NYC factoids in the Post [NY Post]

Chico gives a much-needed touch-up to his Doc Holliday’s mural on Avenue A [EV Grieve; Previously]

John Sloan’s portrayal of the Italian American community “south of Washington Square” in 1925 [Ephemeral NY]

How much is too much beer for an East Village bar? [Vanishing NY]

Lux Living shows increasing evidence that bedbugs have made a cozy home in Stuy Town [Lux Living]

Star Trek and soccer in an East Houston crosswalk [Patell and Waterman]

That was quick. ABC cancels My Generation. Now, please remove all the annoying ads [Observer]

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