Home » Archives by category » Scoopy’s (Page 12)
The 411 from the Feline

Mall mayhem: Extremely concerned over the recent revelation that support letters submitted to Community Board 2 in support of expanding the Mulberry St. Mall by an extra block were fraudulent, Board 2 last week brought the hammer down. In a resolution proposed by board member Tobi Bergman, the board said it would not give approval read more here »

Continue reading …
What the cat knows…

[media-credit name="Photo by Clayton Patterson" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Friends of Jesus “Pee Wee” Santos gathered at his wake on Feb. 7 at the Ortiz Funeral Home on First Ave. Santos, who was born and raised on Allen St., had moved uptown. On Feb. 6, he had an accident and fell out of a six-story window. Lin read more here »

Continue reading …
The 411 from the Feline

Noticeable absence: After all the excitement had worn off from the rousing speeches at last Saturday’s historic rally against the N.Y.U. 2031 plan, we realized something had been missing, a person actually — namely, Andrew Berman. Terri Cude, co-chairperson of CAAN (Community Action Alliance on N.Y.U. 2031), the rally’s co-sponsor along with Assemblymember Deborah Glick, read more here »

Continue reading …
The Cat’s Meow

Fashioning another win: Tuesday night, Scarlett Johansson and Anna Wintour co-hosted a fundraiser for President Obama at the Theory store in the Meatpacking District. With 23 top fashion designers in attendance, they launched the Runway to Win campaign, whose online store features a line of designer styles, with everything from tote bags to T-shirts ($45), read more here »

Continue reading …
The Sound and the Fury (Furry?)

[media-credit name="Photo by Tequila Minsky" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]Sound and vision: The Lower East Side “Street.Life.Live” photo show opened at the 14th St. Y street-level gallery recently with some help from the hot Afrodelic rock band Timbila, featuring Nora Balaban, left, and Louisa Bradshaw. Balaban formerly ran the music store Tribal Soundz on E. Sixth St., which read more here »

Continue reading …
The 411 from the Feline

[media-credit name="Photo by Clayton Patterson " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Dana Beal, left, and Michael McKenna, the Yippie! Cafe’s manager, during Beal’s recent visit at 9 Bleecker St. Prison blues: It looks like Yippie icon Dana Beal unfortuntaely will be spending another year in the slammer. Last time we spoke to him he said it sounded like read more here »

Continue reading …
The 411 from the Feline

[media-credit name="thevillager.com" align="alignleft" width="600"][/media-credit] Julie Menin and Robert De Niro at Menin’s recent Soho fundraiser at Henry Buhl’s home.   Menin starts out strong: Downtown leader Julie Menin is bursting out of the gate with an impressive showing in fundraising for her 2013 election campaign. The Community Board 1 chairperson — who is listed as read more here »

Continue reading …
The 411 from the Feline

Kissing cop: The mystery officer who found himself in a televised lip lock with Jenny McCarthy in Times Square on New Year’s Eve was subsequently identified as Bikim Becaj of the East Village’s Ninth Precinct. Luckily, he didn’t get in trouble for embracing the on-air correspondent. “Whoever was next to her New Year’s Eve was read more here »

Continue reading …
People, politics and palaver

Farewell (for now) concert: Michael Alan’s Living Installation will give its final show at ABC No Rio, at 156 Rivington St., on Fri., Jan. 20. The interactive event will see “art model” performers strike poses while Alan paints them. Participants can also sketch all the action, or just watch as this art “happening” as it read more here »

Continue reading …
Holiday rounds

‘Operation…(burp)….Santacon’! After he gave his report on year-to-date crime stats for the Sixth Precinct at last Thursday’s Community Board 2 meeting, Deputy Inspector Brandon del Pozo asked if there were any questions. C.B. 2 District Manager Bob Gormley had a good one: Did the precinct do anything special in how it policed Santacon on Sat., read more here »

Continue reading …