Nabe News: March 1

Posted on: March 1st, 2011 at 1:43 pm by

New York Magazine examines the ground level vacancies in so many of the new glass boxes around town. “The banks and Duane Reades of the world that once reliably colonized such spaces are today less acquisitive, say brokers.” [NY Mag]

The Feasters have won out.  San Gennaro will live on unhindered for at least another year, running the length of Mulberry Street between East Houston and Canal [Curbed]

Rag & Bone transformed the Lady Gaga Supreme wheat-paste on its facade into its own storefront advertising [Racked; Previously]

A driver reportedly suffered a seizure while making a U-Turn on Avenue A, crashing into the Sushi Lounge at St. Mark’s [EV Grieve]

Reverend Billy plugging radio station WFMU [GammaBlog]

Jeremiah heartily enjoys the updated Nom Wah Tea Parlor [Vanishing NY; Previously]

Congratulations to NYU English professors Cyrus Patell and Bryan Waterman on their forthcoming contributions to the 33 1/3 book series.  Patell wrote about Some Girls, while Waterman examined Marquee Moon [NYU Local via Patell & Waterman]

The Pike Street redesign effort was jumpstarted anew [Streetsblog; Previously]

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