Nabe News: November 24

Posted on: November 24th, 2010 at 1:43 pm by

Barry McGee reportedly granted permission to an active street writer to overwrite his wall of tags with the Dash Snow tribute.  But that piece was short-lived.  The graffiti wall is already primed for the next incarnation – Kenny Scharf [12ozprophet via Animal NY; Previously]

Tomorrow, the Bowery Mission will celebrate its 131st Thanksgiving on the Bowery by serving meals to over 4,000 men, women, and children [NY1]

The “German Playground” photo from 1903 is likely Tompkins Square Park [Ephemeral NY]

Do you think 147 First Avenue is the ugliest building in the East Village? [EV Grieve]

The beautiful Ginko trees on Eleventh Street [Vanishing NY]

Cookie Monster deserves to be a host on Saturday Night Live! [Runnin’ Scared]

Is there really a Heinz truck driving the city streets? Literally on the bandwagon [Grub St]

Nineteen years ago today, music lost two of its own – Freddie Mercury and Kiss drummer Eric Carr. RIP boys [This Ain’t the Summer of Love]

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