Tuesday, April 3, 2012

EV Grieve Etc: Mourning Edition

[Bobby Williams]

Union Square is 'now the very model of a modern major police state' (Gothamist)

E.V. Day and Kembra Pfahler bring a little Monet to the Bowery (DNAinfo)

Alan Moore on the collective spirit of artists in the 1970s-80s NYC (The Brooklyn Rail)

More development for Bond and Lafayete (Curbed)

185-191 Bowery next to fall (BoweryBoogie)

Politicos want the July 4 fireworks back on the East River (The Lo-Down)

Super PAC takes aim at 3 NYC incumbents, including Nydia Velazquez (The Wall Street Journal)

Gutting the classic Manganaro’s (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)


Goggla said...

Speaking of Bond Street, has anyone noticed how the facade of the Bouwerie Lane Theater building has been left to rust? It's really bad - you can see the rust from half a block away. With all the money poured into that building, I'm really shocked and saddened to see it being left to decay.


Is that Lady Gaga?

Anonymous said...

I would have included this nice write-up by the Times to an "East Village poetry walk".



EV Grieve said...

Thanks, anon. You're right. I'll mention it in a separate post.