Sunday, September 13, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Lion among the flowers on East Houston via Derek Berg]

Community Board 3 member Morris Faitelewicz, his wife and daughter's fiancé die in upstate car crash (Tuesday)

First Flight Music closing at the end of the month (Thursday)

Raphael Toledano completes purchase of 16-building East Village portfolio (Friday)

First look at the new Puebla Mexican Food in Essex Street Market (Tuesday)

Out and About with Lisa Arbetter (Wednesday)

More about Edwin and Neal's Fish Bar, coming soon to East Sixth Street (Tuesday)

A partially opened gate at the Stage on Second Avenue (Wednesday)

Graffiti legend Futura next up on the Houston/Bowery Mural Wall (Thursday)

Bar Virage closes to debut a new menu (Wednesday)

Sitting empty on St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

Building progress at 27 Avenue D (Friday)

Big Lee's makes it official on First Avenue (Wednesday)

26 Avenue B is alive again with the sounds of dump trucks and digging (Friday)

Ramen Zundo-ya opening first U.S. outpost on East 10th Street (Tuesday)

Images from the summer of 2015 (Monday)

Double rainbow! (Thursday)

Thoughts on NYC nostalgia of the late 1970s (Thursday)

Preparing for the papal visit (Sunday)

So Zoltar is a cat? (Monday)

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