Wednesday, April 5, 2017

EV Grieve Etc.: Con Ed worker rescues man on the L tracks; NYU student eyes Mendez's Council seat

[The latest cycle of Centre-fuge on 1st Street]

Con Ed employee rescues man moments before L train arrives at Third Avenue station (DNAinfo)

NYU senior wants a shot at succeeding Rosie Mendez on City Council (New York Post)

Nephew of model Tyson Beckford was found guilty of manslaughter and other charges in the death of an MTA bus driver (Daily News)

Neighbors petition Ian Schrager to shut off those lights at the incoming Public Hotel on Chrystie Street (The Lo-Down)

Owners of The Tang on First Avenue opening an outpost on the Bowery (BoweryBoogie)

The Lower East Side smells (The New Yorker)

Hot-dog purveyor Feltman's will reopen on the site of its former home in Coney Island. East Village location at Theater 80 on St. Mark's Place will stay put (Gothamist ... previously)

A few days remain to see the Tony Conrad documentary (Anthology Film Archives)

After sitting empty in Soho for three years, the former Milady’s space has a new tenant (Eater ... previously)

Con Ed sues Extell over mess at One Manhattan Square (The Real Deal)

...and the new Mick Rock documentary starts Friday down at the Metrograph on Ludlow Street...

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