Monday, September 12, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

Save St. Mark's Books: Let Cooper Union know they can't take away another vital piece of the EV. So far, Cooper has not been "particularly sympathetic." [RS]

What do shuttered bookstores become in NYC? Genital waxing salons and real estate offices. Atlantic Books' memory befouled. [BSr]

After 30 years, Life Cafe has closed. Indefinitely. [EVG]

Good to know 21's classic and kinky murals are A-OK. [LC]

Target has created a giant blogger doll. And it's very creepy. And it lives in the Meatpacking District. [Racked]

Check out this collection of here-today, gone-tomorrow storefronts of the LES. [GC]

7 comments:

Caleo said...

As another comment somewhere noted, if all 12,000 people who signed the petition to save St. Marks Bookshop actually went there once a month, every month, and bought a book, the store wouldn't have to close.
People... GO BUY SOME BOOKS.
We can actually save this place, unlike so many others.
The closure is not inevitable.
Unless, of course, all anyone does is sign an online petition.

esquared said...

the closure is inevitable if greedy landlords keep being greedy

Mykola ( Mick) Dementiuk said...

And my book "100 Whores" is still on the shelf at the St Marks Bookshop just waiting for a reader/buyer.

Anonymous said...

Some interesting background on Cooper:

http://www.wernercohn.com/Chrysler.html

bowery boy said...

congrats on your mention at this end of this NYTimes article:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/11/realestate/a-vanished-row-of-unusual-grace.html?_r=2&emc=eta1

Jeremiah Moss said...

thanks bowery boy, i was glad to get the acknowledging link.

Jeremiah Moss said...

Anon, thanks for the Cooper info. if anyone finds any other articles about their involvement in real estate, especially in the East Village, please pass them on.