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Made on the LES

Five Reasons to Visit Sour Mouse (Sponsored)

Nestled in the heart of Downtown Manhattan is Sour Mouse. A vibrant bar and game hall located just across the street from Essex Market. Drawing inspiration from the unique character of the Lower East Side, Sour Mouse transports you...

Dah Shop To The Rescue!

From the Inbox: Local resident and Lo-Down reader, Cass Lilien, wrote us an uplifting note -- "Hoping to share a story about why I love my neighborhood and Dah Shop...My bike and main source of transportation was run over while parked in front of my apartment on Orchard Street...

Hester Street Fair Announces Opening Day

The Hester Street Fair will be up and running "IRL" this Saturday, August 15th, 2020. As with most businesses and venues, it has been operating online-only throughout the ongoing pandemic. The fair, made up of an ever-changing selection of...

Breads, Cookies, Pies, Oh My! Partybus Bakeshop Now Open on Essex Street (Sponsored)

Partybus Bakeshop is a new(ish) artisan bakery and cafe located on the Lower East Side. We started as a pop-up at the Hester Street Fair, but we parked the Partybus on Essex Street in November 2019 and we’re here to stay! Come see for yourself why Food Network included us on this year’s list of...

Logan Hicks’ Bowery Wall Mural Update

Due to severe weather complications a couple weeks ago, the production of the latest Houston-Bowery wall mural was brought to an abrupt halt.

Our Magazine is Growing!

A few minutes ago, we posted the PDF from our October print magazine, which is being distributed throughout the neighborhood today.  A few days after our editorial deadline passed, the city at long last announced it had chosen developers...

East Village Video Game Designer Draws on Neightborhood For Inspiration

The following article was written by Patrick Hickey, Jr. of the web site Review Fix: As a video game designer, East Village-native Dave Gilbert creates brand new worlds, full of weird and interesting characters. He prefers to keep them on...

Made on the LES: Oofu Live Video Art

It all started in a rented U-Haul truck. For three summers, partners George Cooper and Ryan Kovolak, both architects and self-described "frustrated high designers" rented a truck, slapped their sign on it, and drove the streets of Lower Manhattan seeking out people...

Made on the LES: Watches from dedegumo

As we noted in our story yesterday about Roasting Plant’s pilot project on Orchard Street, ambitious and creative entrepreneurs, restaurateurs and artists of all kinds are finding success in using the Lower East Side as their incubators for new...
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Here are some of the stories that caught our eye this week: --A look at the District 1 City...
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