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Posted on: October 14th, 2008 at 1:53 pm by

Gawker has a cool little map on post-recession New York, and the possible rollback of gentrification in some neighborhoods. Apparently the East Village is too far along, while parts of the LES might have hope [Gawker]

Looking at the current similarities to the Panic of 1873 [Cityroom]

Band Fucked Up will play a 12-hour show beginning at 2PM today. Head over to the Rogan store at the corner of Bowery and Bond [EVG]

Obama and McCain murals in the East Village [GB]

With Mondo Kim’s on St. Marks shuttering, its owner is looking for a sponsor to take on his entire collection of films. That’s right, they’re doing away with rentals [JVNY]

An important announcement: What happens to you if your landlord defaults on his mortgage? GOLES is hosting a meeting on the impact of the financial crisis on NYC housing, this Thursday, Oct. 16, 7pm, 535 E 5th St. (between A&B), ground floor community room.
More info, call GOLES: 212-533-2541 [SLES]



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