Sunday, March 12, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park this past week by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Checking in on the 'completion project' at the Anthology Film Archives (Tuesday)

Report: Former NYU student paralyzed in fall from 2nd Avenue building awarded $29 million in suit (Friday)

At the International Women’s Strike march in Washington Square Park (Thursday)

Out and About with Merle Ratner (Wednesday)

MTA bus driver arrested after collision with pedestrian on Avenue D (Tuesday)

Extell's 14th Street developments are all grown up now (Thursday)

The Stone is moving to the New School (Wednesday)

Ciala bringing 'Georgian and European cuisine' to 2nd Avenue (Thursday)

Chef Sujan Sarkar bringing 'upscale modern Indian cuisine' to the Bowery (Monday)

120 E. 10th St. returns to the market (Tuesday)

New vendors for the Bowery Market this spring (Monday)

Sister Jane opens (Thursday)

Edwin and Neal's Fish Bar gives way to Tableside on 6th Street (Monday)

Haile Bistro expected to reopen next week on Avenue B (Thursday)

Report: Mount Sinai's Gilman Hall fetches $87 million for use as student housing (Wednesday)

This looks to be the new residential building coming to 71 4th Ave. (Wednesday)

Jimmy McMillan announces his candidacy for City Council District 2 (Tuesday)

2nd Avenue development makes 1st appearance above the plywood (Monday)

Hole watch 2017: Long-empty lot on 6th and C now waiting for 5-story building (Tuesday)


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