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Posted on: September 25th, 2008 at 2:02 pm by

John Cornelius Foley, 57, is a veteran of the Bowery. Until relatively recently he lived in a box on Broome Street, between Bowery and Elizabeth. His living quarters earned him the nickname “man in the box.” But he eventually upgraded to an apartment with roommates. Cityroom revisits the tale [Cityroom]

Some taxpayers are quite angry. At 4PM today, there will reportedly be a rally against the government bailout in Bowling Green Park [Gammablog]

A profile of the Music Inn at 169 West 4th, between 6th and 7th Avenues. This village institution has been around since 1958 [GVDP]

The Slacktivists are organizing a protest at the McNally joint on the Bowery, tomorrow night at 6PM. At issue is the new Lazarides gallery there, which features prominent UK graffiti art [NMNL, NYP via EVG]

Select city streets will be renamed to honor New Yorkers [NYSun]

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