Monday, February 27, 2012

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition

[The next morning on East 13th Street]

Gunfire and a police chase last night at the Baruch Houses (The Lo-Down ... WABC)

A 1990 map of NYU in the East Village (Ephemeral New York)

Ninth Avenue's Manganaro Grosseria closes after 119 years in business (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

David Godlis on photographing Television in the East Village (Stupefaction ... Diary of a Lunatic Photographer)

Jazz funeral for owner of 20 Peacocks (BoweryBoogie)

71 Clinton St. has been a lot of restaurants lately (Eater)

About skinny jeans (Gizmodo)

Cindy Sherman at MoMa (Gothamist)

12 comments:

starzstylista said...

In no. 4 are you talking about David Godlis?

EV Grieve said...

Yep... was looking at some Bob Gruen shots too... and made a mistake.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear. Don't like this new commenting format. Revert back to pop-up window if majority calls for it?

EV Grieve said...

Hey anon. Yeah, Goggle/Blogger dropped this one on us today... No notice, no choice... will take a look at other options...

starzstylista said...

For the record, David is just about the nicest guy you could imagine.

Goggla said...

One thing about the new comment screen is there is no option to get follow-up comments via email. I hope there's a way to re-enable that. Google has also made the word verification almost impossible to read (and no more fun words).

EV Grieve said...

I just turned off the word verification. We'll see what that does.

Hmm, wonder why Google-Blogger curtailed the follow-up comments emails. I need to get off of this blogging platform...

Anonymous said...

Interestingly about the word verification; I have purposely typed in a random incorrect character in the captcha, and post was accepted. So it seems you don't have to actually type 100% correct.

Anonymous said...

Also, that Redhead sign is hilarious. Such wit! Billy Crystal couldn't have done better himself.

Anonymous said...

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glamma said...

hey grieve, check this out, great article

http://www.blackbookmag.com/good-night-mr-lewis-1.109/sutra-for-sale-owner-ariel-palitz-explains-why-1.45391

EV Grieve said...

Thanks Glamma!