Sunday, January 8, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo yesterday in Tompkins Square Park by Allen Semanco]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Police investigating woman's death in the Wald Houses on Avenue D (Wednesday)

Lanza's is done as contents auctioned off (Thursday)

Saying goodbye to the Cake Shop (Wednesday)

Caffe Bene temporarily closes on Avenue A to expand its menu (Thursday)

A few more details about East Side Tavern, coming to the former Redhead space (Wednesday)

Sidewalk bridge arrives at 118 E. First St., where a 9-story building is in the works (Wednesday)

The "Wild Women of Planet Wongo" returns to the Parkside Lounge (Friday)

East Side Ink moves a storefront away on Avenue B (Friday)

Elvis Guesthouse space for rent at 85 Avenue A (Thursday)

Rumors continue about the future of the empty lot at 89 First Ave. (Friday)

Images 2016 (Dec. 31)

Guaco Taco has closed on Second Street (Wednesday)

Lab -320° closes after 6 months in the former Sock Man space on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

A Sweet new mural for First Avenue bakery (Thursday)

That new old look at 2A (Thursday)

Report: City's 1st solar-powered bus stop back in the dark on Avenue C (Tuesday)

Reader report: In case your packages were a little wet this evening (Tuesday)

Thurston Moore interviews Iggy Pop in the documentary "I’ve Nothing But My Name" (Sunday)

Colors Restaurant leaving Lafayette Street for the Lower East Side (Thursday)


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