Friday, June 24, 2011

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

In case you didn't see Jeremiah's posts this week on 7 1/2 Second Ave.:
The mystery of the S. Rosen graffiti
Inside the Wu Tang studio
A pre-demolition memorial

History of 143-145 Avenue D (Off the Grid)

The power of a dog in front of Ray's (Neither More Nor Less)

Alex keeps digging up some 80s-era NYC-based music videos. Remember Kix? (Flaming Pablum)

That damn giant white Timber Wolf of the Bowery wondered into a photo opp at the Bowery Hotel...

[Billy Leroy]

The 1870s version of Missed Connections ads (Ephemeral New York)

A rundown of all the NYC Pride weekend events (NYC Pride)

A call for safety improvements on Delancey Street (The Lo-Down)

More on a possible East Side pub crawl ban (DNAinfo)

(Sad) headline of the day: "Peep World to Become Douche Hang" (Grub Street)

About the LES Love Truck (BoweryBoogie)

A Care Bear on the subway (Runnin' Scared)

And now showing at Theater For The New City at 155 First Ave. — "Queer From Zero to One Hundred," an exhibit featuring the work of many Lower East Side residents...

[Work by Aaron J. Miller via According to G]

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