Sunday, June 12, 2016

Week in Grieview

[NOT @LinkNYC. Photo by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Screaming Mimi's is leaving its home of 25 years on Lafayette for West 14th Street (Monday)

POTUS comes to town (Wednesday)

Mount Sinai Beth Israel ready to sell its First Avenue campus (Wednesday)

Tompkins Square Park has a Prince-inspired piano for the next 10 days (Wednesday ... Thursday)

The last exhibit at ABC No Rio before building demolition (Friday)

Chico's tribute to Muhammad Ali on Avenue B (Tuesday)

A new era (for awnings) at Veselka (Thursday)

Report: Steve Croman filed for alterations in 32% of his East Village properties (Friday)

Baby hawks fledge (Friday)

Vintage clothing boutique D.L. Cerney returns to the East Village for the summer (Friday)

A Hōkūleʻa sighting on the East River (Wednesday)

End days for Surma Books & Music (Tuesday)

Something brewing (demolition) for former beer distributor on East Second Street (Tuesday)

The Grassroots Tavern now opens 1 hour earlier (Thursday)

The St. Mark's Church Greenmarket returns for another season (Tuesday)

East Village-based artist Ori Carino unveils Ramones mural in Forest Hills (Tuesday)

Kanye West almost played at Webster Hall (Monday)

Welcome to Stuyraq (Thursday)

On East Houston, empty lot awaits million-dollar condos (Wednesday)

Former Avenue D Rite Aid has been demolished to make way for a 12-story building (Tuesday)

Plywood for 4 St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Restaurant-ready space at 58 St. Mark's Place asking $19k (Thursday)

A farewell show for Other Music (Monday)

A cakery for East Second Street (Monday)


201 Second Ave. is for sale (Thursday)

Hi, Ben Shaoul would like to buy your building (Wednesday)

1 comment:


If that's the port-O-potty Slum Goddess got trapped in a few weeks ago, there IS a LinkNYC in there. Someone tipped it over while she was making water. When she used LinkNYC to call for help, it displayed UPS "What can brown do for you" ads.