Nabe News: October 13

Posted on: October 13th, 2009 at 1:23 pm by

Mick Jagger letter to Andy Warhol, Bowery Chicken recipe, and taxi cab impersonators, all in today’s LES neighborhood news!

A funeral procession near the corner of Ludlow and Canal Streets [The Real Steve Harlow]

Today in 1843, the Jewish organization B’nai B’rith was founded by German immigrants at Sinsheimer’s Cafe on Essex Street (corner of Hester) [NY1]

Celebrating 100 years of the Bowery Mission at its current location with the recipe for Bowery Chicken [MyFoxNY; Previously]

Ludlow Residence getting stoned with its exhaust pipe [Restless]

A report of Champagne Tuesdays at Superdive.  “Probably the most annoying group of people I witnessed were the Upper East Side frat boys with their faded T-shirts, backwards caps and flip flops. They were totally out of their comfort zone, and this, no doubt, was their first time making it down past 42nd Street.” [EV Grieve]

A letter from Mick Jagger to Andy Warhol at his 33 Union Square address regarding album artwork [Animal]

Looking at the taxi cab impersonators used in movies [nyctaxiphoto]



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