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Posted on: February 17th, 2009 at 2:33 pm by

Sanitizing the East Village in the eighties – Operation Pressure Point and Operation TNT [Blah Blog Blah]

Whether born in 1854, 1862, or somewhere in between, there is still debate as to the exact age of McSorley’s Ale House. Bottom line is that it’s old. Nevertheless, today is “McSorley’s Day” in NYC [EV Grieve]

The sociology of graffiti in the urban jungle of New York [Cityroom via EV Grieve]

Friends, no Dump(l)ing allowed in Chinatown [Grub St]

Gammablog takes Flat Stanley on a brief tour of the East Village [Gammablog]

The East Houston Hotel is now advertising on Karaoke screens. From luxury to low-brow in just one move. Good work people [Vanishing NY]

Of Crif Dogs and Porches [Stupefaction]

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