Tuesday, September 20, 2011

EV Grieve Etc: Mourning Edition

[The Mosaic Man and Jesse Jane on Second Avenue and St. Mark's yesterday. By Bobby Williams]

About the love affair between a man and the NYC subway line (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Bob Arihood's photos at the Occupation of Wall Street (Neither More Nor Less)

Support the East Village Greenway Project (Stuy Town Living)

Crusties in the fall (East Village Corner)

An illegal rat poison ring broken up in Chinatown (The Lo-Down)

Auctioning of Elaine's (Eater)

Alex celebrates a milestone (Flaming Pablum)

A look at King Bloomy's Upper East Side townhouse (Curbed)

The hookers of Soho — in 1870 (Ephemeral New York)

Lou Reed and Metallica's 'Lulu' poster banned by London Underground (NME)

Debbie Harry discusses her hits (Entertainment Weekly)

Dee Dee Ramone would have been 60 this past Sunday (Punk Turns 30)

Here's Dee Dee in a scene from "What About Me," filmed in the neighborhood in 1991...

Read more about the movie by East Village filmmaker Rachel Amodeo here.

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