The Local East Village Blog to Launch September 13

Last modified September 8, 2010 at 10:36 am

That joint venture (nay, experiment) between NYU and the New York Times, which ruffled the feathers of many established neighborhood blogs already in the game, is almost here.  Business Insider is now reporting that The Local East Village (aka LEV) will go live on September 13. And NYU continues its quest to control downtown… [Photo […]

Lost New York Conference

Posted September 18, 2009 at 6:30 am

Fellow blogger and NYU professor Bryan Waterman was kind enough to invite us to participate in a panel discussion during the upcoming Lost New York: 1609-2009 conference.  The topic of conversation is the importance of “blogging the apocalypse,” and we will be sitting beside esteemed chroniclers Flaming Pablum, Lost City, and Ephemeral NY. The conference […]

Boogie on Curbed this Week

Last modified December 5, 2010 at 7:38 pm

Just a quick announcement that we will be doing some guest blogging over at Curbed this week.  Our content (and lives) will be split, so be sure to check both sites for updates! All new content will appear below this post. UPDATE: A big thank you to Lockhart Steele and Curbed for inviting us aboard […]

New York Times To Start Nabe Blogs

Last modified July 12, 2009 at 11:35 pm

Per an anonymous tipster, the venerable New York Times is now getting into the neighborhood blogging game: Speaking of citizen journalism, The New York Times is introducing a hyper-local neighborhood blogging initiative today accepting postings on “cultural events, bar and restaurant openings, real estate, arts, fashion, health, social concerns and anything else that goes on […]