Sunday, October 11, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 2nd Avenue yesterday by Derek Berg]

The Union Square Food Emporium will become a Key Food (Tuesday)

Out and About with Elsie Flores of the Andrew Glover Youth Program (Wednesday)

Owners of the Wayland opening the Drift on Avenue C (Monday)

The Red & Gold Boil has closed on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Ben Shaoul replacing luxury rentals with condos at Bloom 62 (Friday)

A family continues to feel the loss on Second Avenue (Thursday)

Bench in Tompkins Square Park dedicated to food writer Josh Ozersky (Tuesday)

Former home of the East 12th Party Crew now for sale (Monday)

The Korean Teachers’ Credit Union now owns 49% of 51 Astor Place, which people still think is in Midtown South (Wednesday)

Indian-speciality movie rental shop closes on East Sixth Street (Friday)

As the traffic islands disappear and appear on Third Avenue (Tuesday)

Brewing Soon signage arrives for Caffe Bene on Avenue A (Monday)

Purple Ginger out, Kin Asian Bistro is in on East Sixth Street (Thursday)

A rental with everything but the kitchen sink (no, really) (Thursday)

MoRUS extends Adam Purple memorial show through Oct. 25 (Wednesday)

Long-dormant First Avenue development site changes hands (Tuesday)

Squirrel jumping (Tuesday)

Old Flat Top's new friend (Monday)

Black Seed bagels opens Monday (tomorrow) on First Avenue (Thursday)

When it's time to remove the Mickey Mouse statue with an erection from the Standard East Village (Tuesday)

4-bedroom rentals arrive at 329 E. 10th St. (Friday)

A barber shop is coming soon to East Second Street (Thursday)

… and the vintage boutique Dusty Buttons opened yesterday in its new home at 324 E. Ninth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue… (back story here)

[Image via Facebook]


Anonymous said...

Is that Amy Schumer?!

Mark Hand The Catchman said...

...passed out & being carried over a shoulder?. Yup.