Sunday, February 14, 2016
[Photo on 2nd Avenue yesterday by Derek Berg]
Stories posted on EVG this past week included...
Arrests in the Second Avenue explosion: landlord, three others charged with 2nd degree manslaughter (Thursday) Former residents talk about landlord Maria Hrynenko (Saturday)
City plans more penalties for serious construction-safety lapses; de Blasio makes announcement outside under-renovation building on East Eighth Street where undocumented worker died (Friday)
RIP John Farris (Friday)
New concept for Nevada Smiths includes record store paying homage to Thin Lizzy, plus a bar (Thursday)
Arrests made in East Ninth Street stabbing (Wednesday)
The Honey Fitz in the works for St. Mark's Place and Avenue A (Monday, 50 comments)
The Bowery Mission resource card (Saturday)
Management company sues Raphael Toledano for backing out of $130 million loan (Thursday)
Out and About with Kevin Cloutier (Wednesday)
Using graffiti to attract buyers for the million-dollar condos along Avenue A (Friday)
A list of bars-restaurants-cafes that have closed so far in 2016 (Wednesday, 49 comments)
The retail-wine bar possibilities for the former Chase space on Avenue A and East Second Street (Tuesday)
Rumors: Ethiopian to give way to high-end Japanese on East Third Street (Friday)
Lawyer for suspect in East Sixth Street slashing says his client is "a good guy" (Wednesday)
These charming East Sixth Street studios still have the bathtub in the living space (Wednesday)
Vegan pizzeria 00 + Co. is now open on Second Avenue (Friday)
A sign for Gnoccheria by Luzzo's on East Fourth Street (Monday)
The rent is due at DF Mavens (Thursday)
Annual Citi Bike membership will increase 4% in 2016 (Tuesday)
Reaching the top at 347 Bowery (Tuesday)
A for rent sign at the former Sounds space on St. Mark's Place (Monday)
Ravi DeRossi is turning his empire meat-free, starting with Mother of Pearl on Avenue A (Tuesday)
Boglioli brings its Italian tailoring to 10 Bond Street (Monday)
The former Tatyana Boutique space is for rent on the Bowery (Thursday)
...and The Mozfather in a new Supreme ad campaign along the plywood on East 14th Street outside the former Peter Stuyvesant post office...
Morrissey has already apologized and distanced himself from the ads and company.
Also, speaking of Morrissey and the Smiths... happy Valentine's Day!