Sunday, October 4, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Last Sunday's Super Blood Moon via Derek Berg]

Murder conviction for man who beat grandfather to death on East Sixth Street (Monday)

Someone tagged the 1832 white marble stoop of the Merchant’s House Museum — again (Tuesday)

NYPD searching for two suspects in armed robbery Monday night at VideoGamesNewYork (Wednesday)

The historic Charlie Parker Residence is for sale on Avenue B (Friday)

Blink Fitness coming to Avenue A (Monday)

Closing time: Portraits of three newly shuttered storefronts (Wednesday)

Subway (sandwich shop) closes on Third Avenue and NYU (Thursday)

Catching up with two former East Village residents six months after the Second Avenue explosion (MondayTuesday)

Out and About with Matthew (Wednesday)

Moms speak out about guns with the help of an illustrated book (Thursday)

Owners of the Cock head straight to State Liquor Authority for Lit Lounge space (Thursday)

Arepa Factory coming soon to Avenue A (Wednesday)

Demo time for East 13th Street garages that will yield to luxury condos (Tuesday)

A new mural and beer store on Second Avenue and East Sixth Street (Monday)

Shorty's eyeing former Bodhi Tree space on Third Avenue (Friday)

Look at 137 Avenue C now (Tuesday)

Maybe reporting excessive Airbnb works (Monday)

About community Wi-Fi in the East Village (Tuesday)

Asbestos removal underway at Peter Brant's incoming gallery space on East Sixth Street (Thursday)

It's Hitchcocktober! (Thursday)

Bleecker Street charmer has a chance to look like its pricy condo neighbors (Friday)

East Village Cheese opens (Tuesday)

Madina Deli Shop opens in former Reciprocal Skateboards space on East 11th Street (Friday)

East Village home prices are up by 38% since 2004 (Wednesday)

and spotted waiting for the 4-5-6 train at Union Square yesterday…

[Photo by @Doug_e_Doug]

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