Nabe News: November 13

Posted on: November 13th, 2009 at 1:42 pm by

Community Board 3 leads complaints, booty buses, and Danny Fields, all in today’s neighborhood news!

It’s Friday the 13th – be careful out there!

Community Board 3 seems to be the most vocal, leading the city in the number of 311 commercial noise complaints.  Most calls are regarding nightlife (surprise, surprise) [The Villager via Vanishing NY]

Iconic “resident freak” Danny Fields will be at tonight’s panel event about Tony Fletcher’s book All Hopped Up and Ready to Go.  7:30 pm at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes & Noble, 66th and Broadway [Stupefaction; Previously]

After a brief renovation period, David’s Shoe Store is back in action [Vanishing NY]

Looks like Governor Paterson is “willing to reconsider” the allegedly unpopular new license plate upgrade.  Probably just lip service, as the state needs money [Runnin’ Scared]

And then there were two. Trader Joe’s is coming to the corner of Sixth Avenue and 22nd Street.  But will the new outpost alleviate lines at the over-hyped Union Square location? [Observer]

A humorous compilation of images showing gratuitous booty shots on buses and trucks in the city [EV Grieve]

Another “vintage” shop opens the boutique-saturated Lower East Side.  The Sweet Ones is located at 132 Allen Street [Six Six Sick via Racked]



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