Nabe News

Posted on: March 13th, 2009 at 1:09 pm by

Illegal advertising is popping up on many vacant storefronts in the city. Without permits, these grassroots billboards carry the same fines as other illegal billboards [Gothamist]

The intricate grocery bag artwork of J. Baczynsky’s East Village Meat Market [EV Grieve]

Mark your calendarsVanishing City Part II is Sunday, March 29th at the Dixon Place Theater. Come show your support [Colonnade Row]

The MTA gives Albany an ultimatum regarding its fiscal future. The organization warned that if state action doesn’t happen by March 25th, “they will have no choice but to order steep fare increases, impose “painful” service cuts and lay off at least 1,100 employees.” That sounds comforting [Cityroom]

Petty crime busts are on the upswing in anticipation of the city’s inevitable decline [Daily Intel]

A great shot of the Brooklyn Bridge and Fulton Fish Market [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

Will Jeremiah’s Wal-Mart nightmare come to fruition? [Vanishing NY]

Stunning photos of a fire at 215 East 4th Street last night [Neither More Nor Less]

Jeffrey of Jeffrey’s Meat Market is offering classes on butchering. Why you ask? “I am doing this because things suck right now…I show people how to save money. It is cheaper to buy a whole shoulder and cut it yourself.” [The Villager]



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