Nabe News

Posted on: December 29th, 2008 at 3:30 pm by

A collection of what Gothamites should fear in the coming year. One of my favorites on the list, though I see it as good thing – “Reduced construction will lead to less scaffolding, resulting in less shelter during rain and snowstorms.” [NYT]

If you are thinking of living on 10th Street across from Tompkins Square Park, don’t. You will regret it. At least according to some makeshift signage [EVG]

Check out these now-archaic telecom signs [EVI]

63 East Fourth Street is now home to Bond Street Chocolate. The sweets chef is one Lynda Stern [EVP]

Visit Coney Island. Then weep for its demise [GVDP]

East Village favorite D.B.A. is opening a Billyburg outpost at 113 North 7th Street [GS]



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