Friday, September 25, 2009

*Everyday Chatter

See "the last of the wild, free, outlaw, utopian, visionary spirit of the Lower East Side" at an exhibit of Clayton Patterson's photography. [NYT]

Celebrate the Bowery Mission's anniversary with free Bowery-related events every Thursday in October. Click for full schedule.

The High Line is accused of using wood from endangered Amazonian rainforests. [Gothamist]

The new Poets House opens today--visit tomorrow for a big poets bash from 3-5 pm. [NYT]

Is another Bowery hotel dead in the water? [BB]

Enjoy "An exhaustive rumination" about New York City's changing decades and "megatoilet nostalgia." [FP]

On Bloomberg's dieting issues: "The mayor is essentially turning his own self-loathing on the rest of the city. He's asking us to pay for his gustatory transgressions." [HP]

Enjoy a meal at Sammy's Roumanian. [Eater]


Melanie said...

Jeremiah thanks for the tip about Clayton Patterson's show. I plan to see it very soon.

Melanie said...

I went to Clayton Patterson's show. See photos on my blog East Village Corner. Great show. Hope you are having a great weekend.