Nabe News: January 6

Posted on: January 6th, 2011 at 1:31 pm by

Fraunces Tavern, the watering hole where General Washington bade farewell to his officers after the Revolutionary War, has reopened just shy of one year after closing for renovations [Cityroom]

The East Village tallies its fourteenth fire last night [EV Grieve]

A melodramatic look at the final moments of OTB in December. Awesome film/music combination [Animal NY; Previously]

Jill Zarin weighs in regarding the newfound storefront availability at 314 Grand Street [Daily Intel; Previously]

The “Noted Old Forger” of city past.  William Brockway was one of the most advanced counterfeiters in nineteenth century New York [Ephemeral NY]

Gonzalez y Gonzalez is shuttering after twenty-two years in business. Their lease ended, so say goodbye to salsa [Paper]

Jeremiah has more on the Garden of Eden today [Vanishing NY; Previously]

Lady Gaga’s surprise performance last night at the Oak Room [NY Press]

The Christmas tree by the arch in Washington Square Park has one more day [WSP Blog]

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