Wednesday, November 17, 2010

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

Ray's now sells veggie burgers and hot apple cider (Slum Goddess)

The great fire of 1956 at Wanamakers (EV Transitions)

Bedbug City (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

CB3 unleashes a draft plan for SPURA (The Lo-Down)

A nighttime game of chess in the rain at Tompkins Square Park (Nadie Se Conoce)

Rag & Bone selects its new mural (BoweryBoogie)

And the latest from The City Concealed series... "Tucked away on the corner of Broome and Allen Street on the Lower East Side, a relatively hidden historical treasure makes its home. The last Greek synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, Kehila Kedosha Janina" (

The subways are slower this year (NY Post)

Get your Thanksgiving pies at the Lower Eastside Girls Club...


Anonymous said...

i pray that no one uses a turkey frier in my building! I don't want my apt ending up on this site

Anonymous said...

Hell yeah the subways are slow. Not only service, the trains are literally moving slower than ever. I think the train operators are becoming more inept (ie poorly trained) than ever.

Anonymous said...

Ditto on the slow speed of the trains as well. Yesterday, I was on the F going uptown to work and the train was dragging. It it becoming more common. Argh!