Friday, February 25, 2011

Lady Gaga ads bring touch of class to burned-out deli on Second Avenue

Yesterday, BoweryBoogie noted the arrival of the Lady Gaga Supreme ads on the Bowery and other parts of the Lower East Side...

I noticed a few hundred myself around.... like on the plywood at Second Avenue and East Fourth Street... home of East Village Farm & Grocery, which suffered a major fire at the start of the year...



Meanwhile, does anyone know what's happening to this space? I've seen some work done on the apartment building... doesn't seem as if anyone is living here again ... Bobby Williams took this shot the other week in front of 69 Second Avenue.

5 comments:

nygrump said...

thats just begging for "Supreme Hack" or "Supreme Idiot" or "supreme fascist culture idol"

EVEdward said...

EV Farms is coming back I hope!!

Bowery Boogie said...

alot of these supreme bills already have the requisite penises drawn all over them.

Goggla said...

I spoke with the bodega owner a few weeks ago on the street and he said they were coming back, but that it was going to be expensive and with the loss of income, it would be difficult. I hope they do return and hope the people who lived here are all right as well.

Dan C said...

Every morning on my way to work, I see some of the folks (family?) from the Deli coming in and out of the plywood. The woman who was there in the mornings said they are trying to bring it back.