Sunday, July 12, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Photo by Derek Berg]

Is Tompkins Square Park becoming a "homeless haven"? (Friday, 95 comments)

Come along on a tour of the under-renovation 122 Community Center on First Avenue (Tuesday)

Video: Cyclist snatches woman's iPhone on Avenue A; Citi Biker follows in pursuit (Thursday)

Messing with the hydrangeas prompts sharply worded Urban Etiquette Sign on East Seventh Street (Monday)

Empire Biscuit is hosting its first-ever comedy festival this August (Tuesday)

Out and ABout with Jeremy X. Halpern (Wednesday)

Lit Lounge makes closure official (Thursday)

Alleged purse snatcher caught by security store employee (and a lot of other people) on Avenue B (Friday)

Blowing the doors off of the Horseshoe Bar in the name of television (Wednesday)

Listen in to the vinyl sounds of Abraço and A1 Records from wherever you are (Thursday)

Via Della Pace Pizza officially opens on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Blockheads opening soon on Third Avenue (Friday)

Moonstruck Eatery opens on A (Wednesday)

Partial reveal of the new residential complex coming to 185 Avenue B (Monday)

Shakespeare in the Parking Lot returns (Thursday)

Former Mary Help of Christians property getting the plywood treatment (Wednesday)

Yoo's Convenience Store — former home of New York's "best coffee" — becoming a tape shop (Monday)

Rent reduction at the former Bourgeois Pig space on East Seventh Street (Tuesday)

Incoming restaurant on Avenue A asking residents to rally for their liquor license and back patio (Thursday, 39 comments)

Films in Tompkins return this month (Wednesday)

Relive the July 4 fireworks with this East Village drone footage (Sunday)

Here's your T-swirl Crêpe shop signage (Monday)

A look inside the last East Village gas station (Wednesday)

Dewatering 98-100 Avenue A (Monday)

Crush story: About the home winemaker in the East Village (Tuesday)

Casual French-American cafe in the works for 110 St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Mother of Pearl comes out of its shell on Avenue A and East 6th Street (Monday)

Full reveal at 331 E. Houston St. (Thursday)

Resurfacing underway at the new YouTube-backed basketball courts in Tompkins Square Park (Tuesday)

… and speaking of Tompkins Square Park… apparently it's time to bid farewell to the iconic ANAL box seen around these parts this past week or so…

[Photo by Grant Shaffer]

Sources revealed that a few Park staffers disposed of it this weekend… We're not sure why the box was here in the first place (A movie prop? A quinzhee tribute?) Meanwhile, we now have a discarded fridge to distract us…

1 comment:

IzF said...

Awwwwwwwwwaaaahhh!!!! I'll miss that. I like(d) Anal!