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The Stonewall Inn Is Now a Designated Landmark
The legendary LGBT bar won an unanimous vote.
Historic Districts Council Executive Tells Four Seasons Owner to ‘Curl Up
It’s never a good idea to vent on Facebook.
Landmarks Preservation Commission Orders to Protect The Four Seasons
The building’s owner is forbidden from making significant changes to the interior.
Landmarked Building on Whole Foods Gowanus Site Is For Sale
No price is listed, but you at least know that access to groceries is a given.
The Rainbow Room Is Really, Truly Landmarked Now
What time are martinis?
Everybody Hurts: Restaurant That Inspired R.E.M. Album Needs Help
The restaurant that inspired ‘Automatic for the People’ actually needs people to eat there.
On The Verge of Landmark Status, Henry’s Tacos Could Lose Its Lease
“Visibly angry” landlord Mehran Ebrahimpour refuses to renew the lease and opposes the honors.
Henry’s Tacos Seeks Historic-Cultural Landmark Status
Of course, our favorite taquerias, no matter how good, will never become official landmarks.
Last Days of Disco
Say Goodbye to Boston’s Last Bastion of Disco Excess
Add Faces to the list of early ‘80s nightclubs that just aren’t stayin’ alive.
Landmarked Gage & Tollner Now Sells Earrings and Things
Gage & Tollner lives on, somewhere, somehow. Maybe.
Troubling Signs: 71-Year-Old Cup & Saucer’s Building Is For Sale
Owner John Vasilopoulos hopes he’ll get to stay.
New Owners For Clifton’s Cafeteria Means New Life For the Landmark
Andrew Meieran bought Clifton’s Cafeteria.
Landmarks in Flux: Arby’s Leaves Gage & Tollner Building, Coffee Shop
The latest on the rebirth of the Empire Diner.
Ivygate: The Lion Gets Tangled Up in Fake-Ivy Fiasco
Covering its façade in fake ivy is “entirely inappropriate.”
After 60 Years, the Cavalier Will Close Owing to ‘Greed and Insensitivity
Jackson Heights is losing an iconic supper club.
Beatnik History Honored at Venice West Cafe
A divey beach bar might become a landmark
‘VIP Tapas’ Move Into Historic Little Italy Rowhouse
Shh, it’s a secret.
Chumley’s Shows Signs of Life, Applies for Liquor License
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
Wine and Beer Taxes Could Rise; Arby’s Has Some Work to Do
Plus: David Chang on Andrew Carmellini, and yogurt’s ambassador passes away, all in our morning news roundup.
Today in NIMBYism: Cooper Square Hotel, Grand Park, and Westville
“Attention Cooper Square Hotel douchebags … ”