As you can see, we’ve been posting FAB minutes to help raise awareness and promote FringeNYC on Fourth shows. But with over 50 pieces performing on 4th St between 2nd Ave & Bowery, we thought we’d put together a basic list of host theaters and FringeNYC shows happening on the block so that you can get an idea of all the works & events available to you.
The FAB Cafe sets up shop at a whole new location! For the duration of fringeNYC, you can find one of our southern sweetpeas, Will Myrick, at 45 Bleeker Street. Home to the multiuse, hybrid complex, that strives to utilize its space every hour of the day, 45 Bleeker Street will have us parked in the basement serving up sweets and treats!
WATCH OUR VIDEO! And find out more of what Erica and Will have to say.
Oh! Yes, we do… And to our wonderment, there lives a maker of insatiable treats right here in the East Village! Inside her own home kitchen, Anna Beth Weber, owner of Verily Baked Goods, can be found making lemons into lemon meringue lavender cake.
Unlike most bakers in the city, AB’s creations are all one-of-a-kind, made specifically to match your personality. Continue reading →
As FAB plugs away on efforts to make E. 4th Street the ‘Model Block’ for sustainability, we are greatly interested in knowing what our own neighbors are up to. Beaming from around the corner is the silver-cloaked, Platinum LEED Certified 41 Cooper Square. Awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council, this certification provides “a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions” (USGBC).
Baristas are not just baristas anymore. Melanie Paterson is one lovely gal. Her greetings to you behind the counter are always swooned by a rush of good hospitality. The same aura that she presents at the cafe is also expressed through her artwork.
Mel in a mask she made recently
“It is my feeling that art brings into physical material the deeper layers of our life experience. It can show us what is within ourselves that we may not have been consciously aware. Continue reading →