Sunday, February 5, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 2nd Avenue by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

At the 'Lower East Side Rally Against Hate' in Tompkins Square Park (Monday)

Condos at Rite Aid's new neighbor on First Avenue will range from $1 million to $6 million (Thursday)

Rookie officer stationed at the 9th Precinct dies in car crash (Friday)

Streecha Ukrainian Kitchen is now open daily on Seventh Street (Monday)

Out and About with Lola Sáenz (Wednesday)

Report: East Village landlord Raphael Toledano close to losing prize Chelsea building (Tuesday)

Today is the last day for Turntable Lab before move to new 10th Street storefront (Thursday)

East 12th Osteria closes on 1st Avenue, moving to the West Village (Monday)

New bakery on the way for the Whole Foods Market® Bowery (Monday)

Mandolino Pizzeria has opened on 13th Street (Tuesday)

An appreciation: the Village East Cinema (Friday)

Pichi & Avo wrap up new work at the Houston/Bowery Mural Wall (Monday)

Todd Hase brings custom furnishings to Seventh Street (Wednesday)

Report: Anyway Cafe robbed at knifepoint (Wednesday)

There's a new barber shop on Ninth Street (Thursday)

Sugar Cafe closes after service today (Wednesday)

98 Favor Taste signage arrives on St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Reader mailbag: A call to keep the lights on the holiday tree in Tompkins Square Park (Friday)

Mr. White bringing 'new Southern cuisine' to St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

Progress at Little Tong Noodle Shop, coming soon to First Avenue (Friday)

Seat saved for Merrick Garland on Astor Place (Tuesday)

Checking in on Artichoke's new 14th Street home (Tuesday)

Gramercy Cafe closes; Gramercy Kitchen coming soon (Monday)

That last day of January when it snowed a little bit (Tuesday)


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