Welcome to the Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF)
for October 31, 2005, a representative roundup of the last week's posts by NYC bloggers.Last week started with the firing heard around the New York blogosphere, as Condé Nast freelancer/blogebrity Andrew Krucoff was escorted out of 4 Times Square. Krucoff tells his side of the story. Though according to the commenters on this Gothamist post, this news is only of consequence to the "blogger elite". There's a blogger elite?According to Manhattan Offender, 7 Eleven may already be in decline as the novelty has worn off and the hipsters have moved on to a newer ironic merchandise-du-jour.What about the plastic animals? looks at the changing avenue signage in Upper Manhattan.This Is What We Do Now asks the all important question, which subway line is the fairest of them all?This Overheard in New York entry finds two girls who really know what's important when you live in New York.Gotham Gal reviews Lupa in NoHo and Bread in SoHo.City Rag offers some East Village and Lower East Side delivery tips.The Assimilated Negro, fresh off his odes to Dodgeball and Gawker, makes a musical pitch for a Nerve.com writing gig.Brooklyn Vegan reports on the return of Depeche Mode and the ridiculous ticket prices on eBay.Shithouse rat reminisces on life in New York as she prepares to move to the outer boroughs and looks back on the Greenwich Village of yore.Later last week, a mysterious, syrupy scent engulfed New York, prompting Petroleum Jelliffe to wonder where it could come from while The Daily Dump fears the worst.New York hack, everyone's favorite cabbie/blogger (cablogger?) had a pretty rough Thursday night.A Guy in New York gives us a roundup of last week's NYC restaurant reviews.Before Sunday morning's televised mayoral debate, Copyranter wondered if anything could make a dent in Bloomberg's lead over Ferrer. My guess is "nothing short of Veronica Corningstone rewriting Bloomy's cue card".Straight Bangin gives us his spin on the upcoming NBA season.Finally, next week's Big Apple Blog Festival will be hosted by your favorite NYC conservative blogger Dave Friedman, who blogs about blogging.
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