Thursday, August 11, 2011

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

The TSP rats don't disappoint in their national debut (Neither More Nor Less)

New border for the East Village: 20th Street, says Stuy Town (The Observer)

The pre-iPod, iPad, i-everything subway of NYC (Nonetheless)

Another longtime, unglam business exits the Meatpacking District (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

Celebrating 15 years of the New York International Fringe Festival (DNAinfo)

Looking at "Entourage" actress Constance Zimmer's East Village home (New York Post)

Anarchy and austerity: Why London won't be the last city to burn (The Atlantic)

And NYU is moving into the revamped Fairchild Publications Building at 7 E. 12th St. (The Real Deal)


Anonymous said...

Stuy town will always be just that, not even worth a geographic title. Like Staten Island or New Jersey.

HippieChick said...

That's complete bull, about the EV only being christened so in the '80s. Probably written by some ignorant newbie. I moved here in 1967 and the place was already being called the East Village, to distinguish it from the Lower East Side and Alphabet Town. People need to check their facts.

Anonymous said...

Stuytown = UEV (Upper East Village)