Nabe News: January 14

Posted on: January 14th, 2010 at 1:50 pm by

Stabbing at the Pyramid, Yonah Schimmel’s, and supporting Ray, all in today’s neighborhood news!

Violence to report on Avenue A, and Bob Arihood has all the details.  Last night at the famous Pyramid Club, two males were reportedly stabbed.  Gangs are suspected [Neither More Nor Less]

Yonah Schimmel’s Knishes is currently celebrating its 100th anniversary on the Lower East Side.  Cityroom profiles the “oldest knishery in America.”  The business is owned by Ellen Anistratov and her father, Alex Wolfson.  She expects her three sons to eventually take over [Cityroom]

An inside look at William Burroughs’ onetime apartment in the iconic Bunker Building at 222 Bowery.  He lived there from 1974 until his death in 1997.  The owner, John Giorno, keeps the apartment completely intact.  A shrine of sorts [EV Grieve; Previously]

NY1 has officially fired Dominic Carter from its staff.  He could be sentenced today to three months in jail for attempted assault [Gothamist]

Alphaville is calling it quits.  The West Houston toy shop originally opened in 1994, and was named after the Jean-Luc Godard film [Vanishing NY]

The Villager throws its editorial support behind the embattled Ray’s Candy Store [The Villager]



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