Friday, October 7, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Ex-super sues Steve Croman; Black Flag gets the $265 T-shirt treatment


[Photo at the First Street Green Art Park by Derek Berg]

Pols: The de Blasio administration is completely mishandling the homeless crisis (Daily News)

Former Croman superintendent claims he’s owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid overtime (The Real Deal)

How did Black Flag t-shirts end up at Barney’s for $265? (The Wall Street Journal)

Met Foodmarket for rent on Prince and Mulberry (BoweryBoogie)

The U.S. theatrical premiere of "Homeland," which captures everyday life in Iraq leading up to war in 2002 (Anthology Film Archives)

Booker & Dax closing Oct. 15 for an indefinite amount of time (Eater)

Video: The band Science live in Tompkins Square Park in 1981 (Flaming Pablum)

Queer 90s film series underway (Metrograph)

Christo and Dora on the hunt for dinner in Tompkins Square Park (Laura Goggin Photography)

Protesting the eviction of Beyond Martial Arts on the LES (The Lo-Down)

Best doughnuts in NYC listicle includes Dun-Well on St. Mark's Place (Gothamist ...previously)

Landmarks Preservation Commission launches the NYC Archaeological Repository (NY Yimby)

Ramones Way for Queens (Gothamist)

BBC documentary on NYC in 1971 featuring Patti Smith (Dangerous Minds)

...and tomorrow is the 31st annual Harvest Festival at the 6th & B Community Garden (rain date is Sunday)...

1 comment:

Donnie Moder said...

Patti Smith was so happy in early 70s NYC!