Nabe News: April 22

Posted on: April 22nd, 2009 at 1:39 pm by

If you haven’t made it to the Olympic Restaurant on Essex, the time has come. Especially now that the eatery is open 24 hours on the weekends [EV Grieve]

Searching for a match for that favorite remote control you accidentally dropped in the toilet? Or an AC adapter of some kind? Those small electronic shops on Canal will suit your needs [Vanishing NY]

The Rent Stabilization Board will meet May 5 to discuss/vote next year’s rent increases. Some are saying that the hikes might be as low as 1.75% and 2.5% for one- and two-year leases respectively. Mark your calendars [Curbed]

Close-up shots of Dapper Dan [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

Another Con Edison rate increase was just approved [Cityroom]

East Village home goods shop, Tiny Living, is closing after four years on Seventh Street [Urbanite]

The self-proclaimed “restaulounge-bar” De’Vill on West Third Street never opened, thanks in part to owing $250,000 in back rent and threatening management with torture! [Grub St]

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