Tuesday, February 21, 2012

*Everyday Chatter

The urban etiquette signs keep getting better and better:

The Famous Original Ray's on 6th and 11th, shuttered last October, then revived by rival Ray's in December, will now be reopening under its original Original Ray's owner. Astounding. [DNA]

Edmund White reads tonight at Three Lives & Co.

Chairman of Community Board 4 sticks it to the new Chelsea Hotel owners. [youtube]

Wednesday, Big Nick's Burgers rolls back prices to 1962 to celebrate 50 years on the Upper West Side. [WSR]

Trash & Vaudeville: "the last surviving punk rock boutique in NYC." [BI]

The East Village, "last authentic neighborhood in NYC," says real estater, getting hotter and fancier every day. [EVG]

At the changing corner of 12th and Broadway. [FP]

Cheeseburgers at the Old Homestead. [TWM]

Great shots of Brooklyn's old Parkway Sandwich Shop. [BYP]

The destruction of Coney's antique trolley relics. [ATZ]


Anonymous said...

what in the hell is wrong with these people? They must have miserable little lives that they feel inclined to put up signs like this. These are immensley vapid, sad little people.

Jeremiah Moss said...

the sign is outside someone's window, and i am sure they are being driven crazy by cell-phone yammerers.