Nabe News: February 22

Posted on: February 22nd, 2010 at 1:43 pm by

It’s George Washington’s birthday today, and here is the neighborhood news that he wants you to read!

Happy birthday to George Washington.  The president turns the ripe age of 278 today!

The so-called Kegmaster of Superdive is calling it quits, leaving the future of Superdive hanging in the balance [Eater]

Jeff Bridges photo shoot inside Sophie’s [EV Grieve]

Old school Revs/Cost graffiti is latest victim of High Line restoration.  Take it all in while you still can [Vanishing NY]

It was a violent morning on the Lower East Side yesterday.  One man was shot dead, another critically injured in the lobby of Rutgers Houses at 55 Rutgers Street.  According to NY1, no arrests have been made [NY1]

Ray’s delivery service had a rough start this past Saturday night [Neither More Nor Less]

MTA installed surveillance cameras on E trains, kicking off a one-year pilot program to limit civil liberties increase straphanger safety [NY Post]

The loneliness of Ben’s Pizzeria at midnight [Lost City]

Scouting NY helps one man propose to his girlfriend in the Whispering Gallery outside the Oyster Bar at Grand Central Station [Scouting NY]

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