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Street Art to Begin Your Valentine’s Day

Vandalog sent along these photos from Mulberry Street.  Here's a Valentine's Day project from Bishop203.  There are two pieces, one at Mulberry and Hester streets and the other at Mulberry and Grand.  

Vandalizing the “Heart Vandal”

Someone doesn't "heart" Nick Walker's "Heart Vandal," which went up at Delancey and Ludlow streets this past summer. Jereme Taylor sent us this photo a little while ago.  

Saturday Morning on Grand Street: What a Big Crane You Have!

Thanks to TLD reader Chris Gage, who noticed this Saturday morning spectacle -- a big crane in the sky over Grand Street, near East Broadway.  Turns out T-Mobile is installing a new cell tower on the roof of a...
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San Gennaro Festival Returns to Little Italy

The 86th Annual Feast of San Gennaro kicks off today. More than 300 vendors will be selling food and souvenirs on the streets of historic Little Italy for the next eleven days. Thanks to Linda Ng for sending along...

The Union Rat Visits the East River

Basketball City along the East River at Montgomery Street is hosting the union rat this morning.  

51 Hester St. Sold for $2.2M; Work at Former Gertel’s Stopped

The five-story building at 51 Hester St., near the corner of Essex Street, has been sold to a new owner. Land records dated in late December but just filed last week show that a corporation called Wan You Inc. with...
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Today in Signs That Make You Feel Good

We all know that myth about New Yorkers being cold and unhelpful to each other is untrue. This week's proof: someone stopped a bike thief on East Houston Street Monday morning and is trying to return the bike to its rightful...

Snowman Alert!

We woke up to our first snow storm of the year. Forecasters say we'll see, maybe, 5-6 inches before it's all over today. A short time ago, TLD reader Carol Anastasio sent us these photos from the intersection of...

Mourning Steve Jobs on Clinton Street

As word broke last night of the death of Steve Jobs, the world of cyberspace he helped create and define went wild with RIPs, memorials, pithy quotes from his speeches, and goofy Twitter hashtags (#iSad). But on Clinton Street this...
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Hawk, Dining in Seward Park, Causes Quite a Stir

The urban wildlife paparazzi were out in force yesterday afternoon in Seward Park to watch a hawk lunching... on a pigeon. A large crowd gathered alongside the library, snapping photos and marveling at the spectacle.  A couple more photos...
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Photo: The fun and games, and food, will wrap up on Grand Street tonight as the 2022 Feast of...
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