Tuesday, July 22, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Along First Avenue]

Effects of water main break still hurting the business at Katz's (The Lo-Down)

Map of East Village art and nightlife, circa 1983-1985 (Stupefaction)

Checking out the new St. Mark's Bookshop (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Tickets are available for the Second Annual MoRUS Film Fest, Aug. 1-9 (MoRUS)

Photos of "Empty New York" in 1964 (The Laughing Squid)

100 Montaditos still planning restaurant at the former EarthMatters store on Ludlow Street (BoweryBoogie)

Metal gate makeover on the Lower East Side (DNAinfo)

How New Yorkers beat the heat in 1899! (Ephemeral New York)

Memories of the Marquee club on West 21st Street (Flaming Pablum)

The baby hawks in Tompkins Square Park are like huge now (Gog in NYC)

[Brandon Sines creating a stop-motion Frank Ape]

... and tonight at Bowery Electric, artist Brandon Sines is debuting a Frank Ape stop-motion animated film with an original soundtrack performed live by Les Racquet ... part of Racquet's Tuesday Night Residency this month. Per the press materials: "Both Sines and Les Racquet seek to curate a unique event that introduces fans to quality collaborative art. They see the residency as part of a larger trend to return to a supportive, inclusive artist community."

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