Nabe News: June 26

Posted on: June 26th, 2009 at 1:13 pm by

Mourning the loss of Michael Jackson last night outside the Apollo on 125th Street [Gothamist]

Jeremiah tours the New York of The Wiz [Vanishing NY]

Superdive opened last night in the East Village, and as expected, is uber-fratty [EV Grieve]

On Wednesday, the city medical examiner reported that Lesia Pupshaw died of a drug overdose [The Villager]

The Department of Buildings is in complete disarray – “Buildings Department inspectors are poorly trained, inspections are frequently slipshod and fines are routinely laughed off as ‘the cost of doing business.'” [Daily News via Gothamist]

The first NYC dog run was established in Tompkins Square Park back in 1990 [Ephemeral NY]

The Bowery Alliance of Neighbors (BAN) is currently working to rezone the eastern side of the Bowery [The Villager; Previously]



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