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Singer Gavin DeGraw Beaten on LES, Hit by Cab

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The New York Post reports tonight: singer Gavin DeGraw was attacked early this morning on East 6th Street near 1st Avenue.  He had apparently just left some friends, around 4 a.m., after having drinks in the neighborhood when the incident happened.

Police say DeGraw was beaten by several people — but the reason is unclear (the motive was evidently not robbery). After the ordeal, DeGraw began walking uptown and was struck by a cab at 19th Street and 1st Avenue. This evening, DeGraw remains at Bellevue Hospital, where he has a broken nose and cuts on his face.

DeGraw, 34,  and his brother own a club, the National Underground on East Houston Street. This summer he has been opening for Maroon 5 and Train.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Ah yes, one of the great neighborhood debates! Many people, especially those who has lived in the neighborhood for a few decades, would tell you the Lower East Side encompasses what is now known as the East Village (from14th Street on down). In their view, the East Village is a marketing term invented by real estate brokers. At The Lo-Down, we focus on the area below Houston Street but include the “East Village” in our extended coverage area.

  2. Ah yes, one of the great neighborhood debates! Many people, especially those who has lived in the neighborhood for a few decades, would tell you the Lower East Side encompasses what is now known as the East Village (from14th Street on down). In their view, the East Village is a marketing term invented by real estate brokers. At The Lo-Down, we focus on the area below Houston Street but include the “East Village” in our extended coverage area.

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