Thursday, October 23, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition


[Photo by Derek Berg]

102 Suffolk St. had nearly 3,000 times legal lead limit (DNAinfo)

How can New York stop the City's worst landlords? (Runnin' Scared)

The history of 338-342 E. 13th St. (Off the Grid)

A new mural for ABC No Rio (BoweryBoogie)

Robert Sietsema likes Tuome on East Fifth Street (Eater)

A call to make sure Rivington House, the nursing home for AIDS patients, stays open (The Lo-Down)

When Suicide's Alan Vega hooked up with Ministry in 1983 (Dangerous Minds)

The small pleasures of the Brill Library (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Keith Richards street spotting (Flaming Pablum)

Writers explain why they can't quit New York City (The Leonard Lopate Show/WNYC)

Julian Casablancas apparently doesn't hate the LES brunch scene (The Daily News)

Taylor Swift's new song is the Gentrification Anthem NYC didn't need (Jezebel)

... and on Sunday, local officials came together to co-name East Sixth Street between First and Second Avenues Miriam Friedman Way in honor of the late city councilwoman...


[Photo by Vinny and o]


[Photo by Derek Berg]

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

music for frites pic: ...you're my little potato, uh-huh...

I-)

Anonymous said...

Miriam Friedlander was a lovely person and great representative of her community. I am glad to see the street named for her. She would rather have people still living in the hood tho..the street name is nice but people's lives are way more important. I spoke with Miriam before she passed away..she was a fighter.

ShutUpHooker said...

Are those potatoes gluten free?

Anonymous said...

Julian Casablancas may not hate the brunch scene, but I sure as hell do!

Scuba Diva said...

Miriam finally gets her way!

And yes, ShutUpHooker, potatoes are gluten-free, but be careful.