Nabe News: July 31

Posted on: July 31st, 2009 at 1:33 pm by

Adding insult to injury, once Guss’ Pickles moves away from Orchard Street, they will lose the moniker.  There was a longtime legal spat over trademark rights to the name.  We will surely miss the spicy pickles [NY Daily News via Curbed]

May Chan Ramen & Robatayaki is close to opening at the once-hallowed Love Saves the Day.  Almost like it never existed [EV Grieve]

A new blog dedicated to songs about New York City.  Some fellow neighborhood bloggers are contributors [The New York Nobody Sings via Flaming Pablum]

Scandalous penis art in the “upper High Line” area.  The exhibit is entitled Naked! [Vanishing NY]

Second grade students at P.S. 42 in Chinatown feel Confucius Plaza deserves landmark status [The Villager]

Why you should avoid the northern stretches of Avenue A on the weekends.  Consider yourselves warned [Blah Blog Blah]

More on the family-owned Block Drugs at 101 Second Avenue.  It has been independently operated since 1885 [East Village History Project]

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