Tuesday, February 8, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

Indie bookshops may be making a comeback. [Crain's]

A night out with JD Salinger, New York, 1952. [Gothamist]

A look back at jazz on 52nd Street. [COS]

NY Post calls East Village Hell's Angels a bunch of gentrified "softies." [EVG]

Just in case you wandered into that East Village Gossip Girl shoot yesterday, be aware: Warner Brothers owns you now--worldwide and in perpetuity:

A look back at trashvertising in the city. [DTDB]

Hoarders holing up in Williamsburg. [BK]

Here comes Coney's newfangled coaster. [ATZ]

Chinatown scenes. [NYS]

New seats and carpets planned for Park Slope Pavilion. [LM]


Kari said...

As soon as I heard about the downfall of Borders and B&N, this was my hope for indie bookstores! They'll be refuge for BOOK lovers like me. Love it!

Marty Wombacher said...

I wouldn't want my byline on that Hells Angels story in the Post!

Grand St. said...

Don't worry about Sutherland and Olshan, Marty. They're as fearless as Woodward & Bernstein.

...but shouldn't the Angels have a beat-up old couch out front, rather than a practically rustic bench? Sheesh.