Jazz

Moldy Fig Jazz Club Opens Tonight at 178 Stanton

Posted May 27, 2011 at 5:16 pm

The new Jazz club opens tonight, and promises to keep you some melodic company during this Memorial Day weekend! Details after the jump!

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Early Edition: April 7

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:05 am

[Photo: Rob Carmona]

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Even More Details on the Moldy Fig at 178 Stanton

Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am

After learning last week that the Moldy Fig would soon open at 178 Stanton Street, new intel about the venture continues to roll into Boogie HQ.  We received an informative email from management, which focused more on the music programming component of the venture.

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More Details on the Moldy Fig

Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am

Yesterday, a commenter named Samantha provided some fresh details about the Moldy Fig, a jazz club coming soon to 178 Stanton Street. Opening date is tentatively slated for “late spring.”

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Coming Soon: Moldy Fig at 178 Stanton Street

Posted March 24, 2010 at 6:12 am

Last week, a reader informed us of a new neighborhood Jazz bar that will soon open at the freshly remodeled 178 Stanton Street.  Behold, the Moldy Fig.  Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves! We stopped by on Sunday afternoon to gauge progress, and found a quiet interior without any visible preparations for the new tenant.

Boogie Buskers: Lunch Licks in Washington Square Park

Posted October 9, 2009 at 6:29 am

Just past noon on Tuesday, we were enjoying some choice lunch licks in Washington Square Park, courtesy of the highly talented Park Foundation Jazz collective.  The musicians were the subject of an article in The Villager back in August, which exposed neighbors’ resentment of the noise.  Lincoln Anderson reported: The Park Foundation have played in […]

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Streets

Boogie Down

Last modified September 2, 2009 at 8:08 pm

A real Bowery boogie was drawn on the freshly coated Houston facade of 282-284 Bowery. The artwork was rather simple, albeit quite elegant. Perhaps the takeaway message is that the band plays on while the neighborhood loses its vibrant soul. But now the good is gone… This corner will eventually become another Keith McNally restaurant […]

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Art