Nabe News: November 15

Posted on: November 15th, 2010 at 1:42 pm by

In a followup to last night’s car accident outside Cafe Habana, the Post reports that three pedestrians were injured [NY Post; Previously]

New York City Transit is praising the improvement along the F line year over year. Despite such passing grades, the subway is still a clusterfuck. How do you rate the F? [Cityroom]

A day in Gowanus [Blah Blog Blah]

Ray’s Candy Store now sells veggie burgers [Slum Goddess]

It was inevitable.  All the press and publicity surrounding Eddie Huang’s Four Loko parties at Xiao Ye finally netted the State Liquor Authority. The governing body raided the restaurant Friday night and destroyed all cans of the drink [Eater]

The new management team taking over the Superdive space at 200 Avenue A plan to make it a “destination restaurant that involves all the senses.” [EV Grieve]

One of our favorite neighborhood murals in Alphabet City is history. RCN Cable, which owns the building facade on Avenue C, erased the Chico artwork with a thick layer of blue paint [Vanishing NY]

Coolest bike ever spotted on Avenue B. Take note, Pee Wee! [GammaBlog]

How would you feel about Goonies on Broadway? [NY Press]

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