Monday, September 19, 2011

EV Grieve Etc: Mourning Edition

[Seventh Street yesterday by Bobby Williams]

Brisk sales for St. Mark's Bookshop this weekend (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

How brisk? Up 35 percent (Runnin' Scared)

Jane Jacobs on the downtown of tomorrow circa 1958 (Fortune)

Why the NYPD scooters were on patrol in Tompkins Square Park Friday (Neither More Nor Less)

Richard Hell birthday wishes (Flaming Pablum)

A cheeseburger at Jules on St. Mark's (Marty After Dark)

Ray's Pizza on Prince closing (Eater)

A look at the "Living Installation" at ABC No Rio (BoweryBoogie)

New tenants for the Essex Street Market (Diner's Journal)

The death of the old parking meters (Curbed)

A walk through Chinatown (The Gog Log)

Fall foliage day trips (PopSugar NYC)

1 comment:

blue glass said...

the essex street market is becoming too hip - heritage meats replaces a 70-year-old butcher shop - expensive cheese, gourmet chocolates, artisan everything!
essex street was a city market. it was not meant to be fancy.
the 10th street market was replaced by an expensive condo.
the old-time italian butchers have been replaced by fancy clothing boutiques and expensive gourmet restaurants.
the fulton fish market is gone.

i give up!