Sunday, August 2, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Friday night's blue moon via Derek Berg]

After 40 years, punk rock mainstay Trash and Vaudeville is leaving St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Chase space on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place is for rent (Monday)

The NYPD removes the patrol tower from Tompkins Square Park (Tuesday)

The 3rd annual MoRUS film festival is underway (Friday)

The Church of the Nativity closes (Friday)

Report: 28% of East Village apartments serve as illegal hotel rooms on Airbnb (Thursday)

Checking in with Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street (Friday)

Out and About with Wendy Scripps (Wednesday)

Summer camp at Cooper Union (Friday, 57 comments)

Reader report: Super Mario statue swiped from Sixth Street (Wednesday)

Ashiya Sushi has moved away from the East Village (Monday)

Alex Shoe Repair on Second Avenue has closed (Friday)

Reports: Prep school teacher arrested for having sex with 16-year-old girl in bathroom at Lit Lounge (Thursday)

Shelter for homeless woman on Lafayette sold to make way for retail (Wednesday)

Hoops dreams: Checking in on the Tompkins Square Park basketball courts (Wednesday)

Bed-Stuy is the new East Village, per a Craigslist ad (Monday)

Penthouse comes into view at the former Amato Opera on the Bowery (Tuesday)

Making way for Ben Shaoul's new retail-residential complex on East Houston (Monday)

XYZ puts up its letters on East Seventh Street (Monday)

Homeless model says that he lived on an East Village rooftop for six years (Thursday)

Avenue C subs for Downtown Brooklyn (Tuesday)

Zoltar gets a scrubbing (Tuesday)

Signage spotting: Sea Beauty Spa on Avenue B (Thursday)

A note about some old lady who rammed your car (Sunday)

One year after closing, the Rodeo Bar space remains vacant on Third Avenue (Wednesday)

CVS has teamed up with Watson, IBM’s supercomputer (Friday)

… and parallel parking is always the most difficult part of learning to drive…

[Photo on East 9th Street via Derek Berg]

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