Thursday, November 3, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

The new snowy mountain billboard at the High Line appears like a continuation of the glassy, glacial condo towers nearby--but what's it all for?

At the St. Mark's press conference, Cooper President Bharucha says, "I'm a lover of books. I just popped in and bought a book. It's the most important thing you can do." [RS]

The Paris Review's "Save St. Mark's" special deal is still available. [PRD]

Check out photographs by Roberta Allen--a portion of the proceeds go to support St. Mark's Books. [SMB]

Yesterday, "As a symbol of solidarity among the Cooper Union Community, student, staff and faculty decided to walk-out, work-out, and act out" to save tuition-free education. [EVG]

Coney Island Bialys and Bagels saved by Muslim businessmen. [Gothamist]

Sheepshead clam bar eyes Coney boardwalk. [ATZ]

1 comment:

JAZ said...

Randazzo's would be a great addition to the boardwalk - Have been eating their food since I was old enough to walk, and they never disappoint. People who haven't had the pleasure of visiting them on Emmons Ave should take the opportunity; they are as real New York as it gets.