Nabe News: November 9
The East Village Jazz Rabbi, neighborhood nicknaming, and premature Christmas trees, all in today’s neighborhood news!
The Sixth Street Community Synagogue has new rabbi in well-known jazz musician Greg Wall. In addition to traditional functions, Rabbi Wall is pushing to make the house of worship a haven for artists and musicians by hosting a Monday night jazz series and monthly art programs [Cityroom]
Looking at the infamous real estate practice of carving new neighborhoods in Manhattan. A new proposal for the Bowery below Houston – BoHo. Seriously? [NY Daily News]
The Bowery Bazaar is now open in the ground level of the glassy 351 Bowery [Racked]
South Street Seaport already has its Christmas tree in place [EV Grieve]
Alex brings together the second installment in his “Then & Now” series, featuring images from the East Village [Flaming Pablum]
Will the Cooper Union, armed with a new building, become another East Village real estate tyrant? [Neither More Nor Less]