The “Bone Dry” at Evelyn Drinkery is a spiked house-made soda with acid phosphate added for tartness, like they used to do back in the days of soda fountains. Includes Vinho Verde, blanco tequila, lime, agave, cucumber, pineapple, radish, and jicama. Full review
New Order Live at the Ukrainian National Home in New York City (1981). This is the full concert, started at the point where they play “Procession,” followed by “Ceremony.”
After prohibiting them for 116 years, McSorley’s Old Ale House was ordered by Mayor John Lindsay to open its doors to women in 1970. The article from that August describes the first co-ed bar brawl in McSorley’s history, when Lucy Komisar, a vice-president of the National Organization for Women and pictured at right, was heckled and antagonized by patrons. Photo: Barton Silverman/The New York Times
Douchey now, even douchier back then.
East 5th St. Cat - Ever get the feeling you’re being watched?