Tuesday, October 18, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

Today at noon: Greet the Cooper Union president with song and pleas to save St. Mark's Books so it's not "fed to the sharks." [EVG]

Chelsea Hotel tenants under attack: "Eviction notices have been sent to tenants in several of the 80 rental units. Other tenants say their last rent checks weren't cashed." [NYDN]

Elaine's finds a buyer--and will likely be demolished. [NYO]

A multimedia look back at New York in the 1970s when "It wasn’t all crime and misery." [COS]

Popeye's Chicken gets a new space in Coney Island's Popper Building--and that means the weird little ragtag flea market will vanish. [ATZ]

An interview with filmmaker Josef Astor who is currently raising funds for his important film Lost Bohemia about the evicted tenants of Carnegie Hall. [NOTR]

Get your heartbeat drawn by artist Sasaki at the Ivy Brown Gallery in the Triangle Building. [IBG]

4 comments:

maximum bob said...

Be afraid, Chelsea Hotel residents,
be VERY afraid...that's how they roll, I've seen it happen to myself.

Goggla said...

Capital One: They're heeeeere!

lauran said...

re: bank, how many damn banks do we need? is this a tax write off? whats the deal? anyone know?

James Campbell Taylor said...

That Capital One poster is so terrifying if I didn't know better I'd think it was a prank by a dedicated reader of this blog.