Friday, May 27, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Love for Casa Adela; protected bike lane for Chrystie Street


[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]

Love for Casa Adela on Avenue C (Off the Grid)

The three candidates vying to lead CB3 (The Lo-Down)

Chrystie Street protected bike lane scheduled for Fall (Streetsblog)

Councilwoman Margaret Chin introduces new legislation that would reform the city's practices concerning deed restrictions (BoweryBoogie)

Survey: Majority of NYC voters think de Blasio does favors for his donors (Politico)

Ben Shaoul applies for a special permit via the Board of Standards and Appeals to build an Equinox at 196 Orchard St. (DNAinfo ... previously)

A look at interior designer Rhea Breck's for-sale 12th-floor co-op at 170 Second Ave. (New York Post)

Keeping cool with Christo (Laura Goggin Photography)

NYC area beach guide (Gothamist)

Remembering the Bleecker Street Cinema, now a Duane Reade (Ephemeral New York)

"The Godfather" plays this weekend at the IFC Center (Official website)

Revisiting Richard Kern's "The Right Side of My Brain," featuring Lydia Lunch and Henry Rollins (Dangerous Minds)

... and remember — the fleet's in town...


[Photo on Astor Place by Derek Berg]

4 comments:

Goggla said...

Nice shadow in the skateboard pic!

derek berg said...

Goggla, well thank you.

Not Tara and Judi said...

We're from Queens, and during fleet week, we would go to bars and pick-up sailors, and one of us would feign sickness and we would ask the sailors, who have never been on a subway, and point them to the 7 train and ask them to take it back to the city, and we would giggle and get a kick out of it. And that's how we celebrate Memorial Day.

Anonymous said...

Stand tall and thank you for all who served RIP Vinney back from nam to ply the rope