Friday, July 8, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Conviction for Bowery hit-and-run; History of East Village name


[Photo on 1st Avenue by Derek Berg]

Man charged with stealing knife from 5 Napkin Burger and threatening pedestrians on East 14th Street (DNAinfo)

Man convicted of fatal hit-and-run on the Bowery (The Lo-Down)

History of the East Village name (Gothamist ... previously)

A Rivington House roundup (BoweryBoogie)

Short film about life at 70 Hester St. (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Activist sues city after cops arrest him for filming them on Astor Place (Gothamist)

Is gentrification really a problem? (The New Yorker)

Sunday brunch was trendy in 1930s NYC (Ephemeral New York)


[Summer scene from Tompkins Square Park via Bobby Williams]

A red-tailed hawk July 4 (Laura Goggin Photography)

A few weeks left for the Ramones exhibit at the Queens Museum (Thirteen/PBS)

Art world feuding over Basquiat’s death (Page Six)

Recalling Goulash Row on East Houston (Off the Grid)

A small preservation victory at the Hotel Chelsea (Curbed)

Musing about the Peculiar Pub and the Dugout... and GG Allin... (Flaming Pablum)

Civil War drama "Men Go to Battle" makes its NYC theatrical debut this weekend (Anthology Film Archives)

A John Cassavetes/Gena Rowlands retrospective starts next Friday, July 15, at the Metrograph. Rowlands will be doing a Q-and-A (Official website)

... and a few tickets remain for this event next Wednesday at Flinders Lane on Avenue A...

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tree chick, très chic.

Mr. East Village said...

Two awful, overpriced, highly overrated restaurants giving only a small cut of the proceeds to charity. What a bunch of jerks.

Anonymous said...

I was waiting for someone to poo poo all over this good deed. Babu Ji is delicious. Haven't tried Flinders Lane.