Friday, January 25, 2013

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Outside the Stage yesterday morning on Second Avenue]

75-year-old woman critically injured after cab strikes her on East Sixth near Avenue C (Daily News)

More on St. Brigid's reopening (NY1)

The Cannon Co. restaurant supplier on the Bowery prepped for the luxury Karl Fischer condo afterlife (BoweryBoogie)

... and price-chopping on the condos across the Bowery (Curbed)

Bowery peep show circa 2013 (The Gog Log)

When New Yorkers walked across a frozen East River (Gothamist)

When a lot of NYC burned down (Ephemeral New York)

More discussion for the Pier 42 park (The Lo-Down)

On renovating the Main Branch of the NYPL (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Montauk gets its first tattoo parlor (Curbed Hamptons)

...and just 11 months to Christmas!

[Stuy Town this week via EVG reader Mike]

... and tonight at the Pyramid on Avenue A... via the EV Grieve inbox...

Celebrate the sixth installment of LAST UNICORN, a blacklight phantasy dance & performance night brought to you by life curators Jacquelyn Gallo & Rosalie Knox.

*DJ SETS (this month enjoy a hot Ménage à Mike dj pileup)

• Dj Dubious Luxury - Mike Doughty delivers large beats & twisted cut ups you wouldn’t expect but will enjoy!

• Dj Mike Bill$ - straight up ninja bringing your favorite ‘heroes of the Obama generation’ to the dance floor

• Dj Nuke Iran - Mike C serves pure dance magic, we just can’t get enough


- Super Bad Brad - legendary NYC street performer, Brad Prowly, stops by to bless us with his voice from beyond

Go-Go Gonzo dancing by REVE; special visual projection experience; free blacklight manicures & $5 house vodka drinks until midnight!

$6/ FREE BEFORE MIDNIGHT - MUST say ‘Last Unicorn’ at the door



I thoroughly enjoyed the Brad Prowly clip!

Anonymous said...

I heart the Stage!!!:D

glamma said...

Reve is a friend. I'm sure this will be a great event. Old school EV art party vibe, if you will.
Not your new school boring effing wankers standing around trying to see & be seen in the same voice with the same clothes, overpaying for artisanl cocktails to make themselves feel "arrived."

Thanks for posting!

shmnyc said...

Wow. Brad Prowly is amazing.