Nabe News: December 13

Posted on: December 13th, 2010 at 1:40 pm by

Friday evening, the ANSWER Coalition organized a protest against the Continental Bar, claiming that their door policies were racist.  Owner Trigger Smith defended himself by saying, “It just so happens that more people of a certain minority wear these things than others…But I don’t want white trash either, or Jersey Shore boys.” [LEV via Eater]

The old Monk Thrift Shop space at the corner of Avenue C and Eleventh Street might become a Chase bank branch [EV Grieve]

In the 1870s, cows could be seen grazing near the Grand Central train shed [Ephemeral NY]

Video recaps of this year’s Santacon event [GammaBlog]

Bedford bound straphangers get frisky on the L train [Gothamist via Runnin’ Scared]

Fran Lebowitz is blaming the failures of feminism for the suburbanization of New York City [Observer]

And apparently, New York City eats its young [Blah Blog Blah]

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