Sunday, January 3, 2016

Week in Grieview

[New Year's Day on Avenue A via Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Gone but not forgotten (Friday)

Winter coat drive underway at Maryhouse on East Third Street (Wednesday)

The latest PS 64 debacle: Investors sue Gregg Singer (Thursday)

The Lazy Llama Coffee Bar is open in the former Bluebird space on East First Street (Tuesday)

Wayland owners now eyeing Royale space for The Drift on Avenue C (Tuesday)

Sweethaus Cupcake Cafe opening an outpost on St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Developer Douglas Steiner lands $130 million loan for condo construction at former Mary Help of Christians space (Tuesday)

Mamoun's Falafel is moving on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

99¢ Pizza now serving 99¢ pizza on Avenue A (Thursday)

The city's first free wi-fi kiosk is now outside Starbucks on Third Avenue and East 15th Street (Monday)

Future tenant in the works for the former Nevada Smiths space (Monday)

Bluestone Lane Coffee signage arrives at 51 Astor Place (Thursday)

The MáLà Project now open on First Avenue (Wednesday)

City mentions the "S" word! (Monday)

Columbia Care brands its marijuana dispensary on East 14th Street (Tuesday)

A dry cleaner-laundromat combo for the former Little Pakistan Deli space on Second Avenue (Monday)

397-401 E. Eighth St. now with mini balconies, AC units (Thursday)

The "Star Wars" stunt burger (Tuesday)

There won't be any skating on Extell Lake this winter (Wednesday)

Tricked-out barber pole arrives on East Sixth Street (Wednesday)

Soothsayer is hiring on Avenue A (Monday)

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