Thursday, January 23, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Tompkins Square Park via Bobby Williams]

LES murals of the 1970s (BoweryBoogie)

De Blasio's 'ambitious goal' for affordable apartments (The New York Times)

The red-tailed hawks don't mind the snow in Tompkins Square Park (Gog in NYC)

The Fleshtones reminisce on "Remember The Ramones" (The Wall Street Journal)

Remembering El Internacional in Tribeca (Tribeca Tribune via Eater)

RIP Sweet Gifts at Video Cafe in Hell's Kitchen (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

How a lifelong punk turned his personal collection of flyers and zines into museum fodder (The Atlantic)

How punk rock helped this CBGB veteran be a better teacher (Education Week Teacher)


... and the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space on Avenue C hosts the following program Saturday night at 6:

Two Chilean anarchists, Gabriel and Pablo, are touring the U.S. and will speak on "Struggling to Win: Anarchists Building Popular Power in Chile."

Head to the Facebook event page for details.


nygrump said...

There is an irony in anarchists advertising their event on facebook.

nygrump said...

Have a heavy head this morning, fucking Spice Cove leaves their music on overnight at loud volumes, pure evil, Souen runs an air conditioner all night clicking on and off all night - impossible to sleep...DO NOT PATRONIZE RESTAURNAT ROW A PLAGUE ON THE RESIDENTS

Anonymous said...

those murals!! I totally wanna go to the Shadow, or lurk around the garage with all those shift types in overcoats. street art rules!