Nabe News: March 24

Posted on: March 24th, 2009 at 1:47 pm by

Didn’t anyone ever tell you that there’s no sex in the “no parking zone”? [EV Grieve]

Higher subway fares and service cuts will soon become a reality. The MTA is ready to approve the “doomsday package,” which includes fare hikes in excess of 20% across the board [Gothamist]

There might be a rooftop club and lobby bar in the cards for the Hotel Chelsea [Hotel Chelsea Blog]

A month since opening, reviews are mixed for White Slab Palace [Eater, Previously]

Rat trapping in the subways is getting more complex. Poison granola bars! [Metro]

If you’re driving on these city streets, here is some advice [NYC Taxi Photo]

A trip down Myrtle Avenue [Vanishing NY]

On East Ninth Street, the biggest TV ever trashed [Slum Goddess]

No NYU graduation in Washington Square Park this spring [Washington Square Park Blog]



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