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New Identities for East Village Institutions

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A pair of updates on a couple of notable East Village retail spaces. Vanishing New York reports that the former longtime home of kitsch shop Love Saves the Day at 119 Second Avenue will soon house a ramen restaurant, scoring a vital point for the beloved noodle in the battle against banks and frozen yogurt for the title of most over-saturated East Village business operation. Meanwhile, Eater reports that a request for a beer and wine license at 6 St. Mark's Place, formerly Kim's Video, was denied by Community Board 3 last night. The intended use of the property: a three-story karaoke joint! [VNY, Eater]