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EVG Etc.: Co-op accusations on 7th Street; Noah Baumbach at the Metrograph


[Sky scene from 4th and A]

• A profile of Shuho Yagi, who has been running a number of Japanese restaurants in the East Village since 1984 (City Limits)

• On Seventh Street, a co-op owner “is being accused by neighbors of having guests who shoot heroin between their toes in the lobby, have sex in the corridors — and occasionally jump out the windows.” (The Post)

• Man stabbed following dispute near the 7th and A entrance to Tompkins Square Park (PIX 11)

• Citi Biker, the victim of road rage, is nearly run down on the LES; cops blame the cyclist (Streetsblog)

• Apartment dwellers, know your heat and hot water rights (Curbed)

• Five weeks til SantaCon! (Gothamist)

As The Lo-Down noted, architecture critic Michael Kimmelman praises Essex Crossing “in a piece that makes some good points, but is also loaded with factual errors and mischaracterizations of the Lower East Side mega-project” (The New York Times)

• Builders respond to the vote that gives community boards more time to review ULURP applications (The Real Deal)

• An end to the food hall craze? (Commercial Observer)

• A Noah Baumbach residency (Metrograph)

• A retrospective surveys the career of Holly Fisher (Anthology Film Archives)

• Cornell prof finds rough versions of 12 previously unreleased songs by Lou Reed (Variety)

• A look at some early 1990s NYC music venues, including Mission on Fifth between A and B (Ephemeral New York)

… and over at the Black Emperor, 197 Second Ave. between 12th Street and 13th Street, The Truffleist is now working the kitchen, taking over for Jae Lee’s six-month burger residency. (Lee is prepping to open his first restaurant, Nowon on Sixth Street) …

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