Nabe News: November 23

Posted on: November 23rd, 2010 at 1:24 pm by

Kanye West will reportedly play a not-so-secret show at the Bowery Ballroom tonight.  He will be performing his new album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, in its entirety.  Good luck trying to get in [Brooklyn Vegan]

A month after Celebrate Cafe vacated the Bowery Poetry Club, proprietor Bob Holman is looking for a new tenant.  Preferably someone who “wants to start a bookstore or cafe.” [EV Grieve; Previously]

The last Eastern Screech Owl in Central Park [Blah Blog Blah]

Gotham takes a cue from DC and Paris and introduces plans for a new bike-sharing program.  Do you think it’ll work in the city? [Cityroom]

Underground boxing parties on the Lower East Side have remained hush-hush until now. Cops busted the party at 72 Allen Street on Friday night at 1:30 am [The Feast via Eater]

Technological innovations are happening so fast now that new products are feeling a bit nostalgic.  Or, as the Grumbler notes, “The faux-stalgic melding of old and new.” [The Grumbler]

An exhaustive write-up of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the always-important role of celebrities in the event [Bowery Boys]

Last, but not least, please vote Bowery Boogie for “Best Neighborhood Blog” in the Village Voice Web Awards!

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