Nabe News: June 2

Posted on: June 2nd, 2009 at 1:37 pm by

Jeremiah presents part three in his “Notes from the Backside.” The latest tactic is blasting a “CD of sounds to annoy your neighbor.” Two tracks employed were “Orgasm” and “Drill.” Might we suggest some Thrash Metal to scare away Cooper Square Hotel patrons? [Vanishing NY]

Tar beach is out, blacktop beach is in – five thousand pounds of sand was dumped behind the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center. There’s a beer-and-wine license involved as well, so no hoity toity cocktails here [Grub St]

Butter Lane Cupcakes on East Seventh Street is seeking a liquor license. A strange pairing [EV Grieve]

A new hat store called Victor Osborne is now open at 160 Orchard Street. Their selection is designed and produced locally [Racked]

The semi-annual sale at the Archive of Contemporary Music is slated for June 13-21 at 54 White Street in Tribeca [Stupefaction]

NYU will soon release its plans for a new spiritual center at the site of the recently-demolished Catholic Center [Observer, Previously]

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