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Global 33 and a Late-Night Walk Across Houston Street

October 22nd, 2003 · 2 Comments

Global 33
Global 33, East Village, Manhattan

Lot 76 NYC, NoLita, Manhattan

Hot Fat Van
Jim‘s Van, West Village, Manhattan

Art Gallery
Art Gallery, West Village, Manhattan

It was 2 for 1 Tuesday at Global 33 and still surprisingly empty.

Lot 76 NYC, also known as Manhattan Castle & Prop, is an outdoor antique store that sells everything from vintage signs to statuary to old Coke machines to kitchen sinks.

“Lot 76 NYC also does a booming prop business and has provided props for a number of movies that have been shot in New York City including “A Bronx Tale”, “Addicted to Love”, “Kissing Jessica Stein” and several for the directors Woody Allen and Spike Lee. Several New York City television shows have also used the store for a shooting site including “Law and Order”, “The Conan O’Brien Show” and “Sex and the City” to name a few. Designers such as Ralph Lauren and Kenneth Cole have also called upon Lot 76 NYC to come up with a unique photo backdrop. ” ~Lot 76 NYC website

Jim is a band that’s in town for the CMJ Music Marathon.

This art gallery is in the building that used to be IPSoft. I think it’s called Innovation or something like that. I was sad to see IPSoft close. It used to make me giggle in a really immature 6th-grader way every time I walked past it.

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