–Video shows the beating of a restaurant manager on East Broadway who had come to the aid of a waitress. Police arrested the man seen attacking the 50-year-old manager. [Channel 7]
–A driver was rear-ended by a taxi near Grand and Willett streets. A passenger inside the cab then got out and attacked the person who had been struck by the taxi. [DNA Info]
–Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has decided to back a proposal for a plastic bag fee. Local Council member Maragret Chin is a prime sponsor. [Daily News]
Happening This Weekend:
–On Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., the Manhattan DA is hosting a “clean slate forgiveness event” at Grand Street Settlement. It’s an opportunity for people to clear up outstanding warrants for minor offenses.
–On Saturday at noon, City Council member Margaret Chin will take part in a community outreach event at the Lowline Lab. At the event, people will learn details about the Lowline’s new community engagement committee.
–On Sunday, there we be a “Community Chalking” event to kick off Lower East Side History Month.
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Friday, April 29, 2016 | Stanley Zucker took this photo of the Essex Crossing construction site | Weather: Overcast skies today with a slight chance of rain and a high of 56. Partly cloudy and 61 tomorrow. Rainy on Sunday with a high of 54 | If you would like to share a neighborhood picture with us, send it to: email@example.com or tag us on Instagram. at #LoDownNY.
Our friends at the Museum at Eldridge Street are partnering with the Center For the Living City to present a yearlong commemorative lecture series …
NADA New York continues to showcase the best of emerging contemporary art, with exhibitors representing 44 cities from 18 different countries, 51 first-time exhibitors, and 28 project spaces. …
No Fun Bar, 161 Ludlow St. Image via Instagram.
The New York Post reports that the owners of Ludlow Street bar, No Fun, have …
–A high-ranking official in the de Blasio administration was told in May of 2014 that the operator of Rivington House wanted to remove all deed restrictions on its Lower East Side property. [Politico New York]
–The city is shutting down the office that coordinates Lower Manhattan construction. Local elected officials say that’s a bad idea. [Channel 2]
–A bouncer says he lost his libido because it was too hot inside a Lower East Side bar. [Daily News]
–During May and June, an artist is staging an East River exhibition that involves outfitting pigeons with LED lights so that spectators can see them flying thrrough the air at night. [New York Post]
–Edra Soto grafts Puerto Rican architecture onto the Lower east Side at the Cuchifritos Gallery. [Hyperallergic]
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Thursday, April 28, 2016 | Here’s a recent shot of the foot path on Pike Street | Weather: Partly cloudy skies this morning, rain showers this afternoon and tonight, with a high of 58 | If you would like to share a neighborhood picture with us, send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on Instagram. at #LoDownNY.
Extell’s 80-story luxury condo project in the Two Bridges area is getting some high profile company. The JDS Development Group and SHoP Architects today are announcing plans for a 77-story mixed-use tower at 247 Cherry St. The site is next door to Extell’s One Manhattan Square. …
Our friends at The Performance Project have been featuring “Five Questions With Our Artists in Residence” on their blog. Here …
This Sunday, May 1st, Lower East Side History Month kicks off with their annual LES STORIES: Community Chalking event. The volunteer collaboration is focused …
–A contractor, Jepol Construction, was slapped with a violation from the Buildings Department for the hydraulic crane mishap at 133 Essex St. on Monday. The project manager said, “It wasn’t the fault of the operator… It was the machine itself.” [Daily News]
–A man was punched in the face at the Delancey Street subway station, apparently because he resembled Shia LeBeouf. [Daily News]
–The Lower East Side rapper, Tru Life, has been released from prison after six years. [XXL Magazine]
–A look at the revamp of Astor Place-Cooper Square. [The Architects Newspaper]
–Albert Trummer has opened his new bar, Sanitorium, on Avenue C. Nothing has been lit on fire just yet, reportedly. [EV Grieve]
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 | Greta Cohen took this photo of the East River Waterfront area on Saturday | Weather: Cloudy to partly cloudy skies today with a high of 63 | If you would like to share a neighborhood picture with us, send it to: email@example.com or tag us on Instagram. at #LoDownNY.
The Essex Street Market has announced their annual block party will be on Saturday, May 21st from 12pm – 5pm. This year marks the …