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Zum Schneider ends its 20-year run tonight on Avenue C : As we first reported in December, Zum Schneider was leaving its home of 20 years on Avenue C and Seventh Street at the end of February.And we've reached the end: Tonight (Feb. 25) marks the biergarten's finale as it concludes its six-night Karneval Final. The hours are 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. (In case you were going to drop by, the invite says that Karneval costumes are mandatory.) The landlord, listed as 229 East 7th Street HFDC, reportedly deci
Crowdfunding campaign launched for fire-damaged Via Della Pace on 7th Street : [Photo by Steven from Feb. 11]A friend of Via Della Pace owners Giovanni Bartocci and Marco Ventura launched a crowdfunding campaign yesterday to help the restaurant reopen after the three-alarm fire on Feb. 10 severely damaged the space at 48 E. Seventh St. near Second Avenue.Per the campaign:We all know how difficult it is to survive in NYC these days, let alone having to deal with such devastation. Giovanni and Mar
Someone tagged the steps at the Merchant's House Museum : On Sunday night, someone tagged the stairs at the landmarked Merchant's House Museum on Fourth Street with the word Zealot.Staff at the Merchant's House posted about the vandalism on Instagram:The 1832 stoop, urn pedestals, entrance surround, and window sills and lintels are all made of “Tuckahoe marble,” from quarries in the lower Hudson Valley. The marble was nearly pure white in color and considered the finest grade. #shameonyouThe ste
The Black 6 Coffee Trading Co. takes up temporary residency on 4th Street : The Black 6 Coffee Trading Co. arrived at 124 E. Fourth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue back on Feb. 10.The veteran-owned company, which was created to fund the nonprofit organization the Black 6 Project, is currently sharing space with street-food specialists Tac N Roll whose owner, Eric Wong, previously served in the Marine Corps. This pop-up featuring coffee and a variety of breakfast parathas will be here
NYC.gov is not accessible by visually impaired residents. How do we fix this? : You can check this by viewing the report here: https://wave.webaim.org/report#/https://www1.nyc.gov/ Complying with accessibility requirements isn't just the law, it's really helpful for people with impairments. My wife has a visual impairment and uses a screen-reader to browse the internet, and if a site doesn't comply with the ADA
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