Nabe News: July 28

Posted on: July 28th, 2008 at 11:30 am by
Legendary LES documenter Clayton Patterson was detained after recording firefighter response to an alarm on Ludlow. He allegedly refused orders to keep distance. Clayton is famous for capturing the 1988 Tompkins Square Park riots on film [The Villager]

In its fifteenth free season, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot continues with Henry V. Stop by the Municipal Parking lot at Ludlow and Broome Thursday through Saturday, 8 PM. Bring chairs. And rotten tomatoes for bad acting. Season ends August 10 [link]

Speaking of Tompkins Square Park, EV Grieve has pictures from the free punk show held there yesterday. Mosh [EV Grieve]

A midtown dress shop with a downtown feel (Orchard Street to be precise) will close its doors on Thursday after four decades in business. Judy’s Better Dresses is currently holding a going-out-of-business sale [NYT]

Lastly, a special thanks to Laura Gilinsky [link] for designing the BoweryBoogie logo.



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