Nabe News: April 20

Posted on: April 20th, 2010 at 1:31 pm by

Broadway break-up, nude dude, and Brooklyn Bridge renovation, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

Last night was the SLA meeting for Community Board 3.  Despite last-ditch efforts toward neighborhood outreach, T-Poutine did not receive its liquor license due to constant noise complaints.  New grilled cheese joint at 101 Stanton, Melted, was also denied a license. Residents are understandably sick of their stoops becoming “public urinals.” [Eater; Previously]

The Hester Street Fair starts this Saturday in Seward Park, and Time Out New York has a hype article [Time Out New York]

Some naked dude holding paper over his junk was spotted crossing East Houston at Suffolk Street. The man was reportedly whisked away in an ambulance [EV Grieve]

Broadway breaks up with New York City [Flaming Pablum]

The Brooklyn Bridge will soon undergo extensive renovations, including massive lead paint removal.  The $500 million project is slated to begin in late May, and will last for at least four years [Real Deal]



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