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Max Fish Wins Support For Reopening On Orchard Street

Gallery Bar.

Gallery Bar.

Last month we reported that Max Fish was planning to take over the Gallery Bar space at 120 Orchard Street. Ulli Rimkus, the bar’s owner, has now announced on Facebook that it got the support of Community Board 3’s liquor licensing committee at a meeting last night. Among the supporters who showed up were designer Lindsey Thornburg and Paper publisher David Hershkovits. Here’s the announcement.
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This Is Not a ‘This Is Not an April Fools Joke’ Mural

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Centre-Fuge, the art project that has brought portraits of the Beastie Boys and Philip Seymour Hoffman (among other art) to the side of a trailer on East First Street, has expanded over to some construction plywood on Houston Street, where artist Ben Angotti has been doing what he does best: painting lovely ladies. Above is what his mural looked like over the weekend. But surprise! here’s what it looks like now.
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Would You Pay $75 For a Kale Salad Workshop?

Not the kale salad at Tiny's, but. (Photo: Melissa Hom)

Not the kale salad at Tiny’s, but. (Photo: Melissa Hom)

Kale salads kind of jumped the shark when the Times said they were “hot in Manhattan social circles” a year ago, and we definitely aren’t going to be eating any after a reptile head was apparently found in one last month. But if you haven’t moved on to spazzing about ramps and you’re still crazy for kale, then Tiny’s has just the thing for you.
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Stanley Cohen Says He’ll Appeal ‘Crap’ Conviction of Bin Laden’s Son-in-Law

Stanley Cohen at his Avenue D loft. (Photo: Mary Reinholz)

Stanley Cohen at his Avenue D loft. (Photo: Mary Reinholz)

Stanley Cohen has defended a slew of unpopular clients, including a political leader of Hamas and an assortment of drug dealers, anti-war activists, squatters and hackers. But last weekend he was battling chronic vertigo, an inner ear infection he attributes to “prolonged periods of stress, overwork and lack of sleep — my life story.”
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Dumont’s Landlord Has Given It 5 Days to Leave Its Home of 12 Years

unnamedWhen Dumont closed in January following the suicide of owner Colin Devlin, his widow Kristina Greene said she was merely completing some upgrades and would reopen the Williamsburg fixture before the spring. But this doesn’t give us hope: a “notice of termination” spotted outside of the restaurant gives it five days to vacate the premises. The document, dated March 21 and signed by the building’s landlord, claims Dumont hasn’t paid rent all year.
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