Thursday, November 29, 2012

EV Grieve Etc: Mourning Edition

[East Seventh Street... photo by Bobby Williams]

The LES photos of Rebecca Lepkoff, 96 (The Villager)

Stanton Street Synagogue raising funds for Sandy-related damages (BoweryBoogie)

Blondie's Clem Burke on the good ol' days (The Age)

Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan likes Northern Spy (Eater National)

Original Nathan's Famous won't reopen until the spring (Brooklyn Paper)

Life after Pathmark on the LES (The Lo-Down)

Spotting an old sign in Harlem (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

The last wooden escalators in NYC? (Ephemeral New York)

...and EVG reader c ring passes along these photos from Facebook... showing the Bánh mì Zòn owners cooking for Daryl Hall...


... and, sorry — I keeping doing this. Taking photos of the sunrise...Like this one this morning on First Avenue and East Seventh Street...






4 comments:

esquared™ said...

He's a bánh mì eater. When it comes to food, Daryl Hall clearly isn't out of touch. Is he having sriracha with that bánh mì or he can't go for that (no can do).

#shutupesquared

Goggla said...

I'm glad Zon is getting some well-deserved attention. And, since I was denied (thanks, Daryl!) my delicious spicy pork sandwich Tuesday night, I look forward to making up for it tonight.

Anonymous said...

Does anything think they're sandwiches are NOT good? I'm all about supporting the 'hood but I once had their chicken sandwich, and the meat tasted cheap and chewy. :(

Anonymous said...

Sunrise photos good! Don't stop!