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Gloomy Day Real Estate

Gothamist and Daily Intelligencer are reporting that Dean Kathryn Yatrakis’ daughter Catherine, and her lovely Greek shipping magnate husband Alastair Economakis, have decided to convert a rent-controlled building on 47 E. 3rd (a building they already own, pictured at right) from $625/month apartments to their personal private 6 bedroom/5 bathroom residence. While the conversion is […]

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Too Bad You Can’t Use Dining Dollars

Get yourself down to the vending machine in Lerner right by the entrance to the Party Space and you, too, can swipe an iPod shuffle. Only three left, though, so hurry.

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Superbowl Monday

Everyone knows the Superbowl is about the commercials so let’s all thank Google Video for aiding the marketing cause and putting them online so quickly. Recommended viewing after the jump.

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