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Loisaida artists showcase inspiration close to home - now through June 26 at the Tompkins Square Library, 331 East 10th Street - Installation: The Wildlife of the Lower East Side by Artistas de Loisaida - is a multicultural group of 18 painters, photographers, printmakers, and sculptors is an evolving collective of individuals who enjoy the camaraderie and collaborative process. Participants are Deborah Aslanian, Mario Bustamante, Lois Carlo, Onno de Jong, Ken Ecker, Dennis Edge, Lauren Edmond, Gabe Kirchheimer, Horacio Molina, Jerry Pagane, Jacqueline Sferra Rada, Carolyn Ratcliffe, Bonnie Rosenstock (full disclosure: that’s me), Alex Ross, Morena Saenz, Anna Sawaryn, Shell Sheddy and Leslie Tanner. Wildlife is as the theme for the group’s 11th annual show. "Wildlife" isn’t the first image that springs to mind when considering the Lower East Side, but but for the Artistas de Loisaida, or the Artists of the Lower East Side, the neighborhood flora and fauna offer endless inspiration. Here, the LES encompasses the East Village, which was part of the original area. From the community gardens that founding members helped to create and save, to the vitality of Tompkins Square Park and the energy of surrounding environs, all is manna for the urban artists.
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Economy Candy is one of the truly unique places in the entire city. It's a candy store unlike any other in all of NYC! One of the most famous delis in the world is here! Come stuff yourself with one of their monster corned beef or pastrami sandwiches!

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A Speakeasy in Manhattan

December 2014: Chloe 81 has been called, "A Speakeasy for Our Time". Can't get enough of Boarwalk Empire, get on down to the lower east side of Manhattan and head down to the subterraneum restaurant, cafe, lounge known as Chloe 81.
Pale yellow subway tile, low lighting, secret rooms and clubby banquettes all smell "in crowd".
Contemporary drink choices will let you choose a drink with elderflower, champagne and ginger.
Bring your late night date here to impress with your knowledge of underground New York City!

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