Wednesday, September 21, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

State Senator Daniel Squadron urges Cooper Union to lower St. Mark's Books' rent. [Scribd]

Sad news of the death of Ballpark Lanes, endangered by the new Yankee Stadium culture. [EVG]

East Village IHOP thinks it needs a bouncer because the neighborhood is glutted with rowdy drunks. [Gothamist]

Check out Richard Kern's newly preserved 1983 film Goodbye 42nd Street at Anthology, Sept 23 - 24. [AFA]

Remembering the neon of the Railway Bar. [NYN]

Shots from the Occupation of Wall Street. [NMNL]

Houston, we have a swizzle stick. [MAD]

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