Nabe News: April 13

Posted on: April 13th, 2009 at 2:02 pm by

Construction Graffiti checked out the 21st floor of the Cooper Square Hotel. 360-degree floor-to-ceiling windows [Construction Graffiti via Curbed]

Coverage of Saturday night’s CATastrophe party, from Union Square to East Village. There were reportedly six arrests [Neither More Nor Less]

Preservationist Rob Hollander wants his East Village History Project to be the defining institution in the East Village, much like the Tenement Museum to the LES [Tenement Museum Blog]

A look at both Canal Plastics and Canal Rubber [Vanishing NY]

Apparently, street artist Chico has reserved his place on Houston and Avenue B [EV Grieve]

Bowery Boogie favorite Crosby Connection is now operating behind the concession stand in the Bleecker Street Theater [Eater]

Some cool photos from inside Grand Central Station [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

On John Jacob Astor IV, arguably the most famous (and rich) passenger to die on the Titanic [Ephemeral NY]



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