Nabe News: January 11

Posted on: January 11th, 2011 at 1:33 pm by

Eater has a full dispatch from last night’s abbreviated Community Board 3 SLA meeting [Eater]

Meanwhile, EV Grieve sheds light on the past and present of La Vie, the East First Street hookah lounge which was denied a license renewal last night [EV Grieve]

Chabad purchased two floors in the 52 East Fourth Street condo tower last summer.  Their intentions for the space are now known – synagogue, library, and offices on the second floor, and kitchen on the third [Curbed]

The inspiration behind Jim Henson’s classic character, Oscar the Grouch [Vanishing NY]

Eddie Huang has a new poster outside BaoHaus showing the economic benefits of eating at his establishment [Fork in the Road]

All is well at the St. James Church where a minor fire broke out yesterday.  It was quickly contained with very little damage [Lo-Down]

Suspicious Stuy Town resident seeks female UN interns to sublet [Lux Living]

An indoor park recently popped up at 201 Mulberry for those with the winter blues [NYC the Blog]

The iPhone 4 is coming to Verizon.  Does this news (a) bother you (b) make you happy or (c) you couldn’t care less? [Mashable]



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