[Photo by Derek Berg]
CB3 wants more community time to review ideas for the Williamsburg Trolley Terminal (The Lo-Down) ... and is suspicious of the Lowline (BoweryBoogie)
Selfies taken in the aftermath of the deadly Second Avenue explosion named worst of 2015 (Mashable)
How Wells Fargo scored with Stuy Town deal (The Real Deal)
Lydia Lunch on the resurrection of Teenage Jesus and the Jerks (Time Out)
Quality time with Dora in Tompkins Square Park (Gog in NYC)
Jeremiah visits Black Seed bagels on First Avenue (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Checking in on how Jay Walder is faring running Citi Bike (Fast Company)
Some history of the Silk Building — former home to Tower Records — on East Fourth Street and Broadway (Ephemeral New York)
When you could buy a horse at 126-128 E. 13th St. (Off the Grid)
More bikers, drugs and rock-&-roll on-screen (Anthology Film Archives)
Midnight movie this weekend: Spend xmas eve with John McClane at Nakatomi Plaza (Sunshine Cinema)
A sampling of musical presentations this holiday season at churches in NYC (The New York Times)
Thanks to HiFi owner Mike Stuto for asking me to do a podcast ... part of Live at Fi — Transmissions From The Hifi Bar in NYC series (iTunes)
... and last night was the opening reception for Art Basel on 4th Street at 212 Arts...
... per the EVG inbox...
If you weren't lucky enough to make it down to Art Basel this year, don't fret. 212 Arts is pleased to present an exhibition highlighting the works of some of our favorite artists many of whom are showing in Miami. This show will feature works by AVone, Bind156, Claw, Emilio Ramos, Eric Inkala, Julia YuBaba, Key Detail, Reso, Russell King, and Sean Sullivan. This exhibit also marks the first gallery showing of the acclaimed artist Mike Mozart who has revealed himself as the ghost artist behind Alec Monopoly. Join us at 212 Arts for ART BASEL on 4th STREET.
The exhibit is up through Dec. 31. Details here. The gallery is at 240 E. Fourth St. near Avenue B.