Sunday, September 18, 2016
[Drumming on 2nd Street near 2nd Avenue via Derek Berg]
Stories posted on EVG this past week included...
New building permits filed for 13-story Moxy Hotel on East 11th Street across from Webster Hall (Wednesday)
Swiss Institute moving into the former Chase branch on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Friday)
The Alamo fakes us out again (Tuesday)
Avenue B condos near former heroin hot spot named Poppy Lofts (Monday)
Streecha Ukrainian Kitchen is back, and now with extended hours (Thursday)
Condos planned for Third Street development site at the Bowery (Thursday)
Raphael Toledano is selling 444 E. 13th St. (Tuesday)
New 6-story residential building OK'd for Seventh Street (Tuesday)
Here is the Tompkins Square Bagels signage on Second Avenue (Thursday)
The Figueroa family clears the weeds from the site of the deadly Second Avenue explosion (Thursday)
About the East Village Eye show (Friday)
Out and About with Amy Sheridan (Wednesday)
Sugar Sketch softly opens on Second Street (Friday)
It double rainbow-ed again (Wednesday)
Nail salons on 14th Street: 1 up, 1 down (Tuesday)
Web-browsing function shut off at LinkNYC kiosks (Thursday)
The return of an MCA memorial mural (Monday)
Former Tower Records on Broadway will become a studio for AOL (Tuesday)
The loss of a majestic American elm on Third Street (Thursday)
A few more details about the Kati Roll Company coming to Second Avenue (Monday)
347 Bowery getting its zinc supplements (Monday)
Citi Bike rider gets a ticket for not stopping at the crosswalk on 14th Street and First Avenue (Friday, 53 comments)
Former Capital One® space now for rent on 14th and Third (Monday)
...Woody Allen and crew were filming on East Seventh Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue on Thursday...
[Photo by Derek Berg]
...the untitled project — Allen's 48th film — is set in 1950s Brooklyn, and stars Kate Winslet, Juno Temple, James Belushi and (below right) Justin Timberlake...
...and Goggla shared this from Friday — this little fella is hidden away in Tompkins Square Park... waiting for the Big Day. Again.