Friday, June 3, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Air rights explained; women film directors honored

[OldDoorsHenge debuts in Tompkins Square Park. By Derek Berg]

City Council considering big changes in how NYC approves landmarks (The New York Times)

Hawk babies ready to fledge in Tompkins Square Park (Laura Goggin Photography)

Rev Jen revives Anti-Slam open mic (BoweryBoogie)

This East Second Street rental with a private garage is just $15,950 a month (6sqft)

An explanation of air rights (Off the Grid)

"An insider’s guide to evicting rent-stabilized tenants" (The Real Deal)

A new mural for Extra Place (The Lo-Down)

Via the EVG inbox...

East Village-based artist Robert Galinsky has been going to Rikers Island and other area correctional facilities to help incarcerated teens via workshops on literature, creative writing and reading. He has launched an online auction to help advance the initiative — Literacy for Incarcerated Teens — and better assist teens in prison. Money raised from the auction will be put toward tools to facilitate the workshops and provide continuous resources such as guest artist talks, books and pencils. Several local shops, including Ninth Street Espresso, Roost, B Cup Cafe, Abraço and the East Village Vintage Collective have donated gifts for auction. You can find the auction details here.

Work by Ida Lupino, Kathryn Bigelow, Penelope Spheeris and Mary Harron, among others, featured in "Genre Is A Woman" series at the Film Forum (Official Website)

Kathryn Bigelow's vampire classic from 1987 plays tomorrow night at 7:15...

A moonlit Cooper Square under a starry sky around 1905 (Ephemeral New York)

A fired worker at Orchard Street's Spur Tree restaurant goes on a table-flipping rampage (DNAinfo)

An array of works by film essayist Thom Andersen (Anthology Film Archives)

And from the fine folks who run the Love Gang boutique at 436 E. Ninth St. between Avenue A and First Avenue...

On Saturday, June 4, from 12-8 pm Love Gang will be transformed to feature exclusives from Spanish clothing brand KLING while permanently operating as a store within a store. We’ll be treating guests to gift bags, cocktails and an array of fun and whimsical treats.

KLING SPAIN is a pop-iconic fashion brand born in downtown Madrid with a hearty dose of girlish, playful style that represents itself in an appealing amusing way. Kling's unique collections are full of Liberty-style dresses and cool shorts, including a vintage twist to the shirts, dresses, skirts, and sweaters. A mix up of sweet with street for girls who just want to have fun.


Anonymous said...

Jenny Wright is a cutie and a hottie. She disliked being associated with or labeled in the brat pack, thus she chose to appear in Near Dark. Great vampire flick; it ain't no Twilight. Whatever happened to her?

Anonymous said...

Love Gang is a good spot

Anonymous said...

Are those LinkNYC?

Anonymous said...

Love these ladies!!