Nabe News: June 17

Posted on: June 17th, 2009 at 1:43 pm by

In the latest Note from the Backside, Jeremiah reports on the omen of the falling air conditioner unit [Vanishing NY]

Settlement reached in Hilly Kristal estate spat [Village Voice via EV Grieve]

The Asian American International Film Festival begins July 23. Lower East Side: An Endangered Place is one documentary film that will be part of the program. Mark your calendars [EV Grieve]

Bridge Cafe – quite possibly the oldest bar in New York. It sits at 279 Water Street, and has been a drinking establishment since 1847 [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

Mayor Ed Koch was hospitalized on Monday “to repair damage to his aortic valve that resulted from a heart attack he had 10 years ago.” [NY Times via Runnin’ Scared]

Tishman Speyer is not interested in cleaning up garbage in Stuy Town. “Stuy Town’s inept management team is hard at work covering the buildings with with classy looking orange stickers which read ‘No furniture dumping violators will be prosecuted.'” [Lux Living]

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