Sunday, June 21, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Photo on East 9th Street Friday by Derek Berg]

Get well soon, Ray! (Wednesday)

Rent hike will force Bikes, By George! to close on East Fourth Street (Monday)

Tenants rally for better living conditions at 128 2nd Ave.; file contempt of court motion vs. landlord Icon Realty (Friday)

Tompkins Square Bagels makes it official on Second Avenue (Monday)

Gas leak shutters Dallas BBQ, leaves residents without hot water and cooking gas (Tuesday)

Report of an OD at the First Avenue McDonald's (Thursday)

Report offers recommendations for preserving independent East Village businesses (Tuesday)

Out and About with Ilyse Kazar (Wednesday)

"The great sandwich experiment" has ended at Lord Hamm's (Tuesday)

Keeping The Bowery Mission in mind this summer (Friday)

Live in a cottage above Third Avenue (Tuesday)

The Typewriter Project arrives in Tompkins Square Park (Thursday)

J. Crew executives post taunting Instagram pics on Third Avenue hours after staff layoffs (Thursday, 46 comments)

Le Jardin Bistro has closed on Avenue C (Friday)

Students with autism create planters for the Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Community Garden on Suffolk Street (Thursday)

Nail salon in the works for former Amor Baker space on Avenue B (Thursday)

The new residential building on East Houston and Suffolk (Tuesday)

Work begins on the incoming Mimi's Hummus on East 14th Street (Thursday)

Taxi Parts Inc. now open on First Avenue (Monday)

A letter from the editor (Sunday, 241 comments)

93 2nd Ave., home of Lit Lounge, is for rent (Friday)

The rent is due at the incoming Turntable Retro Bar & Restaurant on Avenue B (Wednesday)

Bago now serving food to-go on First Avenue (Monday)

Dinosaurs are now extinct on East 12th Street (Wednesday)

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