Sunday, October 2, 2016

Week in Grieview

[A Pulaski Day float outside St. Stanislaus today via Steven]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

A patient visit to the medical marijuana dispensary on 14th Street (Friday)

Lot that housed one of the buildings destroyed during the deadly Second Avenue explosion sells for $6 million (Tuesday)

Part of a community garden reappears 16 years after it was bulldozed (Monday)

More details on the 14-story building coming to the long-empty lot on 14th and C (Wednesday)

Out and About with Boris Ryback (Wednesday)

Three years later, school emerging from behind scaffolding and construction netting (Monday)

Maison Kayser now open on Broadway (Monday)

September opening for the Second Avenue Tompkins Square Bagels zapped by an electrical issue (Tuesday)

Reader report: Cafe Silan space will become a French bakery (Tuesday)

Verdigreen vintage furnishings boutique leaves the East Village (Thursday)

Sales launch for Ben Shaoul's Katz's-dwarfing new condos (Tuesday)

Carma East opens on Sixth Street (Friday)

Clearing out the Edge (Thursday)

USA today: 'Merica NYC signage arrives (Friday)

The Lenin statue, safe for now on a Norfolk Street rooftop (Tuesday)

Tonkatsuya has apparently closed on Sixth Street (Thursday)

The former Schnitz space is for rent (Friday)

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