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  East Village, Manhattan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The East Village is a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
The neighborhood is bounded by 14th Street on the north, the East River on the east, Houston Street on the south, and, roughly, the Bowery and Third Avenue on the west.
The East Village has also been the home of cultural icons and movements from the American gangster to the Warhol Superstars, folk music to punk rock, anti-folk to hip-hop, advanced education to organized activism, experimental theater to the Beat Generation.
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 East Village, NYC: Neighborhood Profile -- NY Bits   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The East Village, in its modern definition, means everything east of Lafayette / Fourth Avenue, south of 14th street and north of Houston Street.
East Villagers are on the whole younger than other New Yorkers - about half are in their 20's and 30's.
It is also home to at least one major hub of "ethnic" restaurants - in fact, East 6th street between 1st and 2nd avenues is sometimes called "The Indian Row" (in an apparent reference to the "Restaurant Row" in Hell's Kitchen).
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 East Village Condos - Condo, Real Estate, Vacation Rentals - CondoCompany.com (via CobWeb/3.1 planet03.csc.ncsu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
New York City's East Village is bounded by 14th Street on the north, the East River on the east, Houston Street on the south, and, roughly, the Bowery and Third Avenue on the west.
Now the East Village is a desirable alternative for young professionals, artists and college students with a desire to purchase a condo in an edgier part of Manhattan.
Most of all, the East Village is know for a colorful history, vibrant social and cultural outlets, and street names that often diverge from the norm.
manhattan.condocompany.com.cob-web.org:8888 /East-Village   (334 words)

  
 east village > nyc neighborhood profiles | manhattan apartments
The East Village is one of downtown Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods.
At the heart of the East Village is Cooper Union, one of the country's most prestigious art and architectural schools, and Saint Mark's Place--a famous nightlife destination for its many clubs, bars, cafes, and restaurants.
Further east, the Tompkin's Square Park area, known as a center for political demonstrations, has become a new focus for the blossoming Lower East Side/ East Village community.
www.manhattanapts.com /eastvillage.php   (319 words)

  
 village voice > film > East Village Film Festival by Ed Halter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Abstract: In the last half of the 20th century, Manhattan's East Village was a fertile generator of subcultural lifestyle and avant-garde practice, referenced in numerous songs, films, and cable-access shows.
Although by 2003 the notion of the East Village as important artistic zone already felt distant, some of the surviving players of the period appeared at the event.
The husky-voiced, elephantine Redglare proves an amusing raconteur and fitting icon for the East Village's "edgy," outlaw aesthetic; when he reminisces about a sexual partner telling him to "shoot the fucking coke as you come in my mouth," one must recall that cocaine would not be decriminalized until President Ventura's administration.
www.villagevoice.com /issues/0334/halter.php   (708 words)

  
 Car Rental New York and East Village
From Alphabet Soup to passionate punk rock, Manhattan's East Village is the ultimate mix of big city culture and confusion.
The East village still flaunts a rebellious edge though, thanks to the area's history of organized activism, experimental theater and innovative music.
From closing the legendary punk club CBGB & OMFUG on Bowery, to the skyrocketing rental rates, the East Village is smack-dab in the middle of a metamorphosis.
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 East Village Bed and Breakfast, New York City Bed and Breakfasts
The East Village Bed and Breakfast is on the second floor of an apartment building in the East Village of Manhattan, furnished with contemporary furniture and art.
The apartment is on a quiet residential street in the lively East Village neighborhood, near many shops, clubs, restaurants, and art galleries.
Street parking is possible, but a car is not much use in Manhattan and must be moved frequently for street cleaning.
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 Manhattan Comedy Collective
Jimmy's No 43 is the hottest new comedy spot in the heart of the East Village.
Jimmy's No 43 is located at 43 E 7th St. in the East Village of Manhattan.
Jimmy's No 43 is on the north side of 7th St., between Bowery and 2nd Ave underneath the infamous Burp Castle.
www.manhattancomedycollective.com /NewSite/theatre.html   (131 words)

  
 East Village
The Legendary Manhattan Roof Top is Sydney's most popular (pub) function floor.
With an exclusive cocktail bar, lush tropical plants and music emanating in surround sound the Manhattan Roof Top is unique from any other bar in Sydney.
The Manhattan Roof Top is ideal in all weather conditions.
www.eastvillage.com.au /manhattan.htm   (221 words)

  
 Brave New Food | Departures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
What's now known as the East Village was, 60 years ago, just the upper reaches of that great immigrant melting-pot flash point, the Lower East Side.
The smallest restaurants in New York tend to be labors of love, and the East Village has some of the most lovable miniatures.
The Lambs' East Village empire continues to grow with the more casual Jewel Bako Makimono around the corner, and the Sino-Room, set to serve Chinese food when it opens next door to Jewel Bako.
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 WoD: Gotham - Gotham City - Manhattan, Lower East Side
The main streets through the Lower East Side are Delancey Street, which connects to the Williamsburg Bridge to Brooklyn and Queens and East Houston Street.
The Lower East Side was, during the 19th century, the end of the line for many immigrants from Europe...Jews, Germans, Poles, Italians, Irish, etc. They settled here in run down tenements and since then its been a relative slum.
The run down tenements of the Lower East Side are beginning to be refurbished and slowly but surely, the Lower East Side can become as promising as any of the other "in" districts.
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 WoD: Gotham - Gotham City - Manhattan, The East Village   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The East Village also has a large alternative lifestyle community...meaning there is a large gay community and fetish community calling this place home.
Aside from Washington Square Park, the heart of the East Village stretches from Broadway to 2nd Avenue going from West to East and Astor Place to 10th Street with St. Mark's Place directly north of Astor and then followed by 9th Street.
Artist lofts are more common on this side of the Village as many sub-basement leveled buildings lend themselves perfectly to that use or still others were once warehouses especially around Bowery as that are had been extremely industrial in the past.
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 East Village NYC - Guide & Directory, Manhattan, NYC, New York
The area today (East 14th Street to the north, Avenue A to the east, Houston Street to the south and West Broadway) still attracts the adventuresome young with experimental music and off-Broadway theatrical venues, restaurants and avant garde fashion boutiques.
The East Village contains the most diverse assortment of ethnic restaurants in all Manhattan.
As mentioned above, three major attractions in the Village are New York University with a wide array of matriculate as well as non-credit classes and areas of study.
www.citidex.com /manhattan/east-village/nyc-east-village.html   (482 words)

  
 Eater: Manhattan: East Village Archives
2) East Village: A special Eater correspondent reports from a new hotbed of Brenner, "The bald man is spreading to 2nd Ave and 9th Street." Madame Snack via The Sun has more.
Furthermore, while there is Melon's on the Upper East Side and Molly's in Murray Hill and Fanelli in Soho, the East Village has, to date, yet to claim a seminal bar burger of its own.
Peter Meehan drops word that the East Village has a new, excellent entry in the bar burger category, and it is available some nights until 4 AM.
eater.com /archives/manhattan_downtown/manhattan_east_village   (1685 words)

  
 Curbed: Manhattan: East Village Archives
In Soho, rumors of Jerry's demise prove to be exaggerated, while in the carnage-filled Upper East Village, Korova Milk Bar becomes the latest victim.
Early bidders came in high, only to be significantly undercut by the evening crowd, which cried foul on the stair-climbing and the east Alphabet City locale (see, e.g., "It's almost impossible to find somewhere further away from the subway than this.").
The shots, via East Village blog Neither More Nor Less, show damage to the scaffolding that was blown to the ground on Saturday night.
www.curbed.com /archives/categories/manhattan_east_village.php?page=2   (627 words)

  
 Curbed: Manhattan: East Village Archives
Much to all our amusement, the City Planning Department unveiled its long-awaited downzoning plan for the Lower East Side and East Village at a Community Board 3 meeting yesterday, the first step in what will be a long chain of meetings and more proposals and negotiations.
For now, this is what the deal is: Eight stories max, and 12 on major roadways (Delancey, East Houston, etc.) as long as the developer turns 20% of that into affordable housing built anywhere in CB3.
Detractors say that building owners will just pile additions on top of current structures to meet the max height, and they also want a moratorium on new construction until the plan is settled.
www.curbed.com /archives/categories/manhattan_east_village.php   (925 words)

  
 Maps & Neighborhoods - East Village
During the 19th century, millionaires like the Astors and Vanderbilts had homes in East Village, but the waves of Irish, German, Jewish, Polish, and Ukrainian immigrants who flooded into New York City in the 1900s soon displaced the elite, who moved uptown.
Since then, the area has been home to the Beat generation of the 1950s, hippies in the 1960s, and punks in the late 1970s and 1980s.
For more trend-setting street life, head east toward Alphabet City (named for avenues A, B, C, and D)- still a little rough around the edges but with many reasonably priced, fun, and gamut-running places to eat, drink, and shopÂ…and, if you're really getting into the scene, some very cool tattoo parlors.
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 New York City-Manhattan Sales of Coop Apartments, Condominium Apartments, and Townhouses by ArdorNY.com Licensed New ...
Avenue east to Alphabet City, and is comprised predominantly of older five-story walk-ups, though new construction has not been a stranger to the East Village as of late.
The once seedy element attached to this neighborhood has been shed and the area is a boom of young professionals and students.
Add value onto the access to incredible talent, whether on stage, behind the bar or in the kitchen, and the East Village cannot be beat.
www.ardorny.com /neighborhoods/EastVillage.asp   (201 words)

  
 East-Village.com > Transportation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The East Village is located on the Lower East Side of NYC's Manhattan island.
As you drive, the Lower East Side will be on your left (South), and the East Village will be on your right (North).
Once you pass Houston St., everything on the right side is the East Village, until 14th St.
www.east-village.com /ev/transportation   (245 words)

  
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 A former East Villager’s Downtown heroine
And though “Sex Kittens” is a love letter to Manhattan (one reviewer called it “P.G. Wodehouse as a Greenwich Village girl”), it has been selling well across the country since it was published last January.
She considers herself “a woman of many boroughs, on the lam from encroaching hipness,” and worries that when her son and daughter are grown they “won’t be able to move into those cheap basement apartments in Manhattan that we could move into to go to college or to pursue careers as artists.”
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www.thevillager.com /villager_160/aformereastvillagers.html   (803 words)

  
 East Village (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
East Village, Manhattan - a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City
East Village, San Diego, California - a neighborhood in downtown San Diego
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same geographical location.
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 Voted New York State's Best Community Newspaper (via CobWeb/3.1 planet03.csc.ncsu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Angela Boone, Republican district leader in the Village for 26 years and owner of Pennyfeathers, a Village pub and restaurant, died Oct. 20 at the age of 82.
The late District Leader Armando Perez’s mother, Maria, center, and former City Councilmember Margarita Lopez, right, reacted as a street sign co-naming Ninth St. and Avenue B as Armando Perez Place was unveiled Saturday.
City Councilmember Alan Gerson told the Community Board 2 Parks and Waterfront Committee on Monday that he would hold the Department of Parks to the oral agreement that Parks made with him and Councilmember Christine Quinn last year about the size of the central fountain plaza in the redesign of Washington Square Park.
www.thevillager.com.cob-web.org:8888   (1040 words)

  
 Eater: Manhattan: Midtown East Archives
See more in Manhattan: Chelsea, Manhattan: Midtown East, Manhattan: Nolita, Manhattan: West Village, Week in Reviews
See more in Manhattan: East Village, Manhattan: Flatiron, Manhattan: Midtown East, Week in Reviews
The kitchen’s free hand with chilies and its facility for balancing sweet, sour and salty flavors distinguish it from its brethren west of the East River.
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 Gongzilla - East Village Sessions CD
Dangerous Music in Manhattan's East Village is the only facility they considered.
Their history together can be traced back to the legendary jazz-rock group GONG and their work with Mike Oldfield and Allan Holdsworth.
East Village Sessions continues that tradition with frequent collaborator David "Fuze" Fiuczynski whose magic fretless guitar playing can also be heard on Gongzilla's Live!
www.kindweb.com /store/index.asp?ID=1977   (157 words)

  
 Signature Suites East Village - East Village Hotels & Resorts New York Manhattan: East Village Hotels & Resorts NYC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Hotels In Manhattan: East Village NYC, New York
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