The new crowd at Fedora: "Plaid prints were de rigeur on these well-heeled hipsters, as were scarves (worn indoors), expensive but well-worn loafers, carefully coiffed bed head and glasses that we suspect were worn only for vanity’s sake. We also saw more than one mustache in the house." [Zagat]
Look inside the New Fedora here and here and here.
Next to crumble in Coney, the Henderson Building--once lovely, former home of the weird and wonderful World in Wax Musee. [ATZ]
Astor Place to become a massive, Midwesty-looking pedestrian mall. [Curbed]
Creepy things still happen sometimes in the East Village. [EVG]
Tonight: Don't miss Abel Ferrara in person at Anthology after the screenings of Mary and Go-Go Tales, which the Times just called "a touching and tender valentine to a lost New York, a city that now exists only as a hallucination." [AFA]