Wednesday, November 18, 2009

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition

Suspected arson destroys East Farmington-based Hope for the Future Ministries, which delivers meals to Tompkins Square Park (Newsday)

A Kafkaesque moment on the train (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

La Mama Experimental Theater Club on Fourth Street now a historical landmark (City Room)

Take a visit to the bars of 1964 New York (This Ain't the Summer of Love)

More then-and-now photos (Flaming Pablum)

92Y Tribeca has a great lineup of 1970s NYC on film tonight (BoweryBoogie)

Velvet Underground sort of reuniting for a NYPL event on Dec. 8 (Stupefaction)

What the old Yankee Stadium looked like the day before the team's World Series parade (Demolition of Yankee Stadium)

SPURA to sit empty for another 50 years? (The Lo-Down)

Thanksgiving at the Plaza -- in 1899 (Ephemeral NY)

Some cool Pulaski Bridge art (New York Shitty)

And the Voice unearths a bevy of L train tweets...


Ken Mac said...

i've seen Williamsburg's bearded young bums invade the west village. Damn, they dress better than I do

Anonymous said...

It's Novembeard, duhhh. Everyone should be growing a beard.

EV Grieve said...


Jason said...

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