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They’ve got it in the bag

During a recent drizzle, these three amigos were spotted on Thompson St. near Houston St. using some makeshift raingear to protect their investment — namely, Nike Foamposite, for the two guys on the left, and Jordans, on the right. Back in the day, there used to be a thing called galoshes. This trio were from Brooklyn, read more here »

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Getting down to it at the SubCulture grand opening
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He can ‘handle’ cannoli comp

Last Thursday’s cannoli-eating contest in Little Italy at the Feast of San Genarro got pretty hairy, at least for this guy, above. The chomp comp was sponsored by Ferrara bakery and sanctioned by the International Federation of Professional Eaters — which apparently is still resisting a badly needed ban on handlebar moustaches. On Saturday, former read more here »

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Cowboy gets hitched to programmer

A special wedding celebration was held for Randy Jones, the Village People’s original Cowboy, and software engineer Will Grega, at DL Rooftop in the East Village on Fri., Sept. 13. Presented by actor/event promoter Keith Collins, and hosted by author Mark Bego, the 13th Annual Kings & Cowboys birthday celebration for Collins and Jones included an intimate read more here »

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VIDEO:  San Gennaro Festival
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Quite a chants encounter

Hare Krishna devotees in Union Square really get into their music. The Hindu religious sect is known for its “Hare Krishna” mantra, which they sing aloud or chant quietly.

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Bagel balls hit Bleecker St.

Bantam Bagels, at 283 Bleecker St. near Jones St., is taking a “hole” new approach to bagels. Actually, they are taking a leftover piece of bagels — the holes — and stuffing them with flavored cream cheese. There are an array of flavored “balls,” including the tasty “Bleecker St.” — marinara / mozzarella cream cheese topped read more here »

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Fashion Week and L.E.S. style connect at the Opening Night

Thousands of art and fashion fans deluged the Lower East Side on Sunday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the second annual Lower East Side Opening Night: Art + Fashion. As part of the event, more than 40 L.E.S. galleries held their opening fall receptions. Orchard St. between Broome and Grand Sts. was closed read more here »

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Looking for Ludlow suspect

The New York Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the above individual wanted for questioning in regard to a burglary that took place on Wed., Aug. 21, inside of 143 Ludlow St. The suspect entered an apartment and removed electronics and jewelry.

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‘Mosaic Man’ regains pole position

Jim Power, the East Village’s “Mosaic Man,” stood next to his F.D.N.Y. 9/11 tribute lamppost on Astor Place on Saturday. The lamppost, bearing Power’s memorials to 9/11 responders, including mosaics reading “FDNY” and “RIP,” was removed without notice by the Department of Transportation last month for utility work in the area. On Saturday, Power happily reported read more here »

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