Roumanian-American Congregation Synagogue

Street Price of Human Soul on Rivington

Last modified April 6, 2011 at 7:43 am

Artist Gordon Holden maintains that the true price of the human soul is one paltry dollar.

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Storefront Signage Returns to 92 Rivington

Posted March 23, 2011 at 6:18 am

The side-by-side storefronts at 92 Rivington Street have an official identity once more.

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Bruschetteria Awning Dumped in Vacant Rivington Lot [Updated]

Last modified February 17, 2011 at 11:48 am

Bruschetteria and Tailor shop lost the storefront marquee to the snow, and both signs were quickly removed from the property. Or so we thought.

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ShyMob Shrine on Rivington Gives Hope and Discussion

Posted July 23, 2010 at 6:14 am

Five days later, ShyMob’s Hope shrine on Rivington Street has become an organic discussion board for neighborhood passersby.  He began the thread with, “I hope this shrine stays here a long time and is used every day.”  Well, it is.  The cardboard backing is now completely sheathed in random tags, street wisdom, and drawings.

ShyMob Shrines on Rivington

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 2:18 am

For just a few short hours yesterday morning, an impressive assembly of street art was displayed on Rivington between Orchard and Ludlow.  Six different hand-crafted shrines were hooked onto the perimeter fence of the overgrown lot where the old First Roumanian-American Congregation Synagogue once stood [RIP 2006].

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