Nabe News: October 29

Posted on: October 29th, 2009 at 1:31 pm by

Protesting Cooper Square Hotel is tamed (for now), Burger Klein, and no Stuy Town water, all in today’s LES neighborhood news!

Congratulations to Slum Goddess and the East River String Band for their writeup in today’s Wall Street Journal!! [Wall Street Journal via Vanishing NY]

A look at the upcoming November SLA agenda for Community Board 3.  Meeting is scheduled for November 16 [EV Grieve]

Some interesting history on the Burger Klein building at 28-30 Avenue A [Blah Blog Blah]

A rather tame Note from the Backside.  With the weather heading into colder territory, residents living behind the Cooper Square Hotel have resorted to less intrusive protesting.  DIY signs hang in their windows: “Why yes,  your hotel is annoying everyone who lives here.” [Vanishing NY]

A new wine bar will reportedly open at 341 East Ninth Street.  The location was formerly home of Enchantments [Fork in the Road]

Water suddenly turned off in numerous Stuy Town apartments. “The e-mail’s detail disorientated author forgot to include a few things, like, which buildings are going to be affected and for how long their kitchen will be without water.” [Lux Living]

Halloween displays on Bleecker Street [Scouting NY]



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