Thursday, August 7, 2008

EV Grieve continues to leave notes from EV Grieve



Well, I'll be on Day Four of the guest stint at Curbed. Here's some of the posts from there the past three days...

The Awful Tooth About This Corner of Chinatown

Future Thoughts: Remember When There Was a Gas Station in the East Village? One That Only Charged $4.35 a Gallon?

Beyond Gentrification

Long, Hot Summer At the Christodora

Development Plans on Pearl Street Now Short Term

Also, the Seller Needs Your Help to Transfer What Remains of a Total Contract Sum of $283,600,000 Out of Nigeria

Jumping on the BLT Bandwagon on St. Mark's Place

Gross Out Tuesdays: A Sign for Every Secretion

Auto Parts Store Fighting More Than One Battle

Recalling a Pre-Gentrified East Village in Black & White

Proposed New East Village Synagogue Looks Suspiciously Like Apartment Building

Well Zippity Doo Da, Tribeca: You're No. 1!

7 comments:

Alex in NYC said...

Thanks for the shout-out on Curbed, brother. My "click traffic" has gone through the proverbial roof.

Anonymous said...

heard on the street today:

Some old rail thin aged hipster walking out of the Christodora with his mom, er wife, guy looked like Pat Croce former Sixers owner blabbing (in a clearly forced NY accent) "Are you F-ing kiddin me? I lived here 30 f-in years adn you know the neighborhood better than me?"

Why does everyone in the East Village seem to have to qualify their East Village chops? I think its rather pathetic.

boweryboogie said...

people are in dire need of street cred to look cool.

EV Grieve said...

You're welcome, Alex...I love that photo feature.

Anonymous: I know EXACTLY who you're talking about...

BB: Do my Crocs make me look fat?

sheilafollower said...

Don't leave us this way

EV Grieve said...

Ha! Thanks Shelia...I always liked that song!

Anonymous said...

my favorite is Dick Manitoba and his (admittedly still hot wife/gf) riding around on his mountain bike looking like extras from the Sopranos. Dick, seriously, buy a house on the Island already. Its ok to leave the East Village guy!