Nabe News: March 7

Posted on: March 7th, 2011 at 1:21 pm by

Ludlow Street residents didn’t take too kindly to the mounted NYPD unit that left a steaming trail of horse shit over the weekend [NY Post]

Spending time with “Faces” artist Felix Morelo [Animal NY; Previously]

An awesome panoramic shot of Cooper Square [GammaBlog]

Some demolition has begun at the landmarked Williamsburgh Savings Bank [Curbed]

The Crazy Landlord is back at the corner of Second Avenue and Third Street [EV Grieve]

Hells Angel interviewed on St. Mark’s circa 1970 for a German news program.  It’s a cool look at the neighborhood [Flaming Pablum]

Straphangers, get ready for in-tunnel advertising while riding the subway system [Second Avenue Sagas]

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