Friday, April 1, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Self-serve craft beer on Clinton Street; WFMU at the movies

[Photo on St. Mark's Place by Derek Berg]

Hello Jean-Georges: "Ian Schrager’s Public Hotel at 215 Chrystie St. will also be a luxe nightlife playground, boasting at least eight separate dining & entertaining spaces" (The Lo-Down)

An in-depth look at Blackstone's Stuy Town-Peter Cooper deal (Gothamist)

A sneak preview of the upcoming exhibit at the Queens Museum called "Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk" (NY1)

Never-ending East Houston construction continues to damper local business (DNAinfo)

Self-serve craft beer shop Paloma Rocket opens soon at 7 Clinton St. (BoweryBoogie)

A look at the now-completed condo-plex at 372 Lafayette (NY Yimby ... previously on EVG)

"Sex and Broadcasting: A Film About WFMU" now playing (IFC Center)

The producers of "Barney’s Wall" (about the late East Village resident and Grove Press publisher Barney Rosset and the mural in his home office) need financial help finishing their documentary (East Hampton Star ... previously on EVG)

The average price of a Manhattan apartment surpassed $2 million (Curbed)

The documentary "Notfilm" (about Samuel Beckett's cinematic collaboration with Buster Keaton) makes its NYC premiere (Anthology Film Archives)

Rodenticide likely culprit for a red-tailed hawk's death in Chinatown (Laura Goggin Photography)

About the new zine Time Warp (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

...and everyone wants to get into the act...



Anonymous said...

I can't leave comments on Goggla's blog so I'll leave it here. Did no one contact the manager of Columbus Park to tell them there was a nesting hawk couple there? The manager might have been responsive and avoided putting poison out if they did indeed know. Call, email, call. Repeatedly if you have to in order to get the message across. This is terrible and tragic and might have been avoided.

Anonymous said...

The second photo is a riot.

Goggla said...

@Anon 2:35 - yes, complaints were made to the parks dept about the poison, but I believe they were under orders from the DOH.


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