Nabe News

Posted on: March 20th, 2009 at 1:48 pm by

The “Son of THOR” is rising slowly at 115 Norfolk Street. It will be another glass monstrosity, though luckily only rising seven stories [Curbed]

A look at the fire damage to 30 Avenue B, a day later [EV Grieve]

The Allen Ginsberg biopic, Howl, is filming in Greenwich Village this week. See if you can spot James Franco [Vanishing NY]

Some major traffic changes are in the works for the Allen/Pike thoroughfare to keep pedestrians safe. Community Board 3 approved a proposal to extend the Mall at Rivington, Broome, Hester, and Monroe Street intersections. Full vote is March 24th [The Villager]

Retro C line subway cars, R38s, are now officially out of service. The last one made its final ride on Wednesday night. Introduced in 1967, these were the first subway cars to have air conditioning on board. These days, though, the AC always seems busted in the summer [Urbanite]

Some cool rock concert snapshots [Flaming Pablum]



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