Tuesday, November 8, 2011

*Everyday Chatter

Signage is up for The Vinatta Project--in the space formerly occupied by Florent, formerly the R&L--once a place where longshoremen and meatpackers dined at night, they called it "Eatem and Beatem," according to the Chicago Sun:

After 25 years, Aunt Suzie's of Park Slope to shutter. [HPS]

On Extra Place, the birthplace of punk and cell phones. [EVG]

Buying kielbasa in the East Village. [GVSHP]

iPhone hostage learns valuable lesson. Sort of. [RS]

How to get a liquor license, and create a "hot spot," in Little Italy. [CNY]

Jonathan Franzen at the NYPL--talks about HBO, books, and more. [NYM]

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