West 3rd Street
Posted May 7, 2014 at 6:10 am
A new season of Queer/Art/Film is upon us, dear Boogie readers. Fire up for the “Summer of Drag,” opening May 12 at the IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue). Filmmaker Ira Sachs (The Delta, Shades of Blue, and Married Life) and writer/director Adam Baran — who have been curating Queer/Art/Film since 2009 — have dreamed up […]
Posted March 7, 2013 at 10:33 am
Pretty much all of life’s situations can be boiled down and/or related to a Seinfeld episode.
Last modified March 6, 2013 at 3:35 pm
At the end of December, Bleecker Bob’s announced it had two months to live at its longtime location on West Third Street. This morning, the record shop updates its fans with some bittersweet news; mostly bitter. They’re still closing (and looking for a new location), but will likely have another couple months in business here. According […]
Posted August 25, 2010 at 6:18 am
MacDougal Street has no love for restauranteur Danny Omari. For much of 2009, he struggled to keep his mid-block empire of comfort food in the hands of drunken denizens. Between Super Hotdog, the adjacent Rino Cerante, Food Fight, and Red Basket, Omari had his bases covered. But 2010 was not so lucky, and now all […]
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:35 am
Last week, we learned that longtime Bowery resident Joe Resto won a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tag along with Bear Grylls in the Canadian Rockies. The Bronx-born deejay was one of two lucky souls chosen among a pool of 20,000 applicants as part of the Discovery Channel’s Fan vs Wild contest. This special episode of Man […]
Posted August 18, 2010 at 6:19 am
The dreaded block of MacDougal Street between Bleecker and West Third is about to welcome a new Vietnamese eatery to its ranks. Get ready for Saigon, a new sandwich shop slated to open at the former Esperanto Cafe within four to six weeks.
Posted August 11, 2010 at 6:18 am
Pubblico Espresso Bar (nay, Pvbblico) quietly announced itself at 124 MacDougal Street back in mid-March with a pair of subtle computer printouts. In the ensuing months, however, the signs were removed from the windows. Yet the sheets of brown paper remained intact. Until now.
Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am
Last month, the Town Tavern at 134 West Third Street closed for renovations. At the time, flyers in its windows indicated that the frat-hole would soon re-open under new management. But, more specifically, that the re-christened bar would become part of the NYC Best Bars empire (Down the Hatch, Off the Wagon, 13th Step). Thanks […]