Sunday, March 19, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo on Avenue A from Tuesday by Grant Shaffer]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Developers reduce zoning variance request by two-thirds at 432-438 E. 14th St. (Thursday)

Recycle-A-Bicycle leaving the East Village (Friday)

See a production of Tennessee Williams' "In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel" on 3rd Street (Wednesday)

Happy St. Patrick's Day from McSorley's (Friday)

153 Avenue B returns to the market (Friday)

Black Market has closed (Thursday)

Former firehouse on 11th Street returns to the market for office use (Thursday)

The snow car of Fourth Avenue (Wednesday)

Citi Bike research: "Bikes are being used for errands and commuting" (Wednesday)

Mono + Mono's Fourth Street return (Monday)

Little Tong Noodle Shop looks ready to open (Wednesday)

East Village Barber Shop coming to 7th Street (Wednesday)

[Christo in Tompkins Square Park yesterday by Derek Berg]

It snowed (Tuesday)

A rental for "the most discerning guest" on Second Street (Monday)

L train shutdown now three fewer months than expected; plus an Avenue B substation (Saturday)

Vivi Bubble Tea debuts Third Avenue (Monday)

Mexican restaurant eyeing the former Babel space on Avenue C (Monday)

... and new on the gate at Julie's Vintage on Second Street at First Avenue... art by the Barcelona-based Axe Colours...

He also contributed a mural of Frida Kahlo this past week (next to the Andy Warhol by Bàlu...) in First Park...


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