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Posted on: November 13th, 2008 at 2:44 pm by

Joe’s Public Theater on Lafayette might receive exterior structural amenities like a 75-foot stairway, sidewalk extension, and glass canopy. The Landmarks Preservation Commission is hearing the case today [Curbed]

Extensive coverage on the public hearing for the EV/LES rezoning plan. A council member reportedly suggested that the plan could be put to vote in City Council next week [EVP]

Also: “At yesterday’s hearing both Council Member Gerson and Council Member Mendez extended support for the rezoning of the Bowery through a Follow Up Corrective Action (FUCA).” Email your support [SLES]

A night at the Donnybrook, that new bar on Clinton and Stanton [EVG]

Party is still over. More confirmed sightings of the cryptic upside-down cocktail glass in the EV/LES [FP]

More on the Market Diner [GVDP]

An “airbrushed chariot” parked in SoHo. Don’t forget to click on the “Dream Weaver” video, and think of Wayne’s World [HG]

A look at the Burger-Klein sign on Avenue A [LC]

The quaint two-story structure housing Jam Envelope & Paper on 3rd Ave and 14th Street has vanished [JVNY]

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