Friday, February 3, 2012

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[The quietest spot in Midtown today]

Urban etiquette signage: "By the turn of the century, the East Village was being taken over by assholes" (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Tahini says that they are NOT CLOSING on Third and St. Mark's to make way for another Michael "Bao" Huynh Baotery (Eater)

Check out the Lower East Side Heritage Film Series at Seward Park Library (The Lo-Down)

Godard films Jefferson Airplane atop a Midtown hotel in 1968 (This Ain't the Summer of Love)

Why does the East Village have so many NFL team bars? (The New York Times)

The Oak Room closing for good at the Algonquin Hotel (The New York Times)

Condos replacing parking garages in Manhattan (The Real Deal)

See The City Skyline Change, From 1876 To 2013 (Gothamist)

City preps new safety plan for Delancey (The Villager)

Full-length Renoir at the Frick starting Tuesday (Nonetheless)

The rat was outside Beth Israel on 16th and First Avenue yesterday...

[Crazy Eddie]

And today...


[Dave on 7th]

3 comments:

nygrump said...

OH c'mon,. Tahini can't close now, I just discovered their shawarma salad the othernight

Anonymous said...

The Stuy Town rats keep getting bigger.

esquared said...

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