Wednesday, February 18, 2009

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition



NYU President John Sexton not a supporter of lowering the national drinking age (Washington Square News)

Coping with the collapse (BoingBoing)

Remembering the Hotel Diplomat (This Ain't the Summer of Love)

Karate Boogaloo comes across two car crashes (Stupefaction)

Visiting two NYC classics (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

The Mars Bar is the best bar here -- or anywhere...(Slum Goddess)

Sitcom wisdom (BoweryBoogie)

Some love for the St. Mark's Automat (New Yorkier)

King Bloomberg begins his reelection campaign with lots of flash (City Room)

Now and then coffee signs (Greenwich Village Daily Photo)

The always compelling shift shots (NYC Taxi Photo)

Happy one-year anniversary to East Village blogger Cat Sitter in the City (Cat Sitter in the City)

7 comments:

Karate Boogaloo said...

That car that crashed on 52nd & 7th yesterday is also on 54th Street now. Its starting to look like a dump!

Ken Mac said...

that automat food is damn fine. excellent I would say!

esquared said...

Hey, what happened to the Coney Island post? One second it was there on my Google Reader, the next, when I clicked on your blog from Reader, it's not there. Anyway, I wanted to comment that yes, it is, indeed, depressing chronicling the demise of this city and the rise of the Scary Sadshaws and the yunnies. That's why I'm retiring from "blogging" and from reading such blogs. It was [n]fun while it lasted. Cheers, nonetheless.

EV Grieve said...

Heh. Sorry about that Coney Island post, Esquared...I'll have it live (again) tomorrow morning.

I'm sorry to hear about your retirement. I really liked what you did. Or like what you do. Please stop buy for a visit. We need more people like you...Maybe we'll get some more elbow room one of these days...

Bowery Boogie said...

esquared, we won't let you retire. just go on hiatus and we'll see you when you get back.

grieve, i saw one of those doowop ads on delancey. is that where you snapped it?

EV Grieve said...

Hi BB,

I shot this one on Fulton Street near Water Street...I've seen them other places, though, too...Thinking about calling?

Bowery Boogie said...

yeah man. i've always wanted to moonlight as a barbershop singer.