Nabe News: March 31

Posted on: March 31st, 2011 at 1:59 pm by

Tuck Shop chalks its feelings toward coupon behemoth Groupon [Eater]

The stalled-out eyesore at 180 Ludlow Street will likely remain so for some time.  CB3 refused to approve a zoning variance so that work could get restarted.  At least the NYPD can use the space to practice rescues [The Villager]

On July 1, Boogie haunt Joe’s Pub will undergo an extreme makeover.  The concert space will reportedly be out of commission for three months [Gothamist]

The purported scrawler behind the “You Would” tag explains his mark [Animal NY]

Checking out the pinkest houses of New York City, including the awesome one at Orchard and Grand Streets [Ephemeral NY]

Once Acme undergoes its surgical renovations, you probably won’t recognize it [EV Grieve]

Jeffrey Ruhalter hopes to reopen his eponymous butcher shop in the Essex Market in the coming weeks [Lo-Down; Previously]

What’s with the fabric scraps in the trees at Cooper Square Hotel? [Vanishing NY]

The city recently installed one bench in Chinatown Banks as deterrent against skateboarders [NYC the Blog]

Village resident Damian Furtch fell victim to a gay bashing Sunday night at Sixth Avenue and West Third.  Thankfully, he is okay [The Villager]



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