Friday, August 11, 2017

EV Grieve Etc.: Appreciating Sen. Squadron's service; visiting Flower Power Herbs & Roots

[A Fine morning the other day on Avenue C]

Remembering State Sen. Daniel Squadron's service to the neighborhood as he leaves office (The Lo-Down) Who will fill his seat? (Town & Village)

Singer-songwriter Dave Deporis, who performed at the Sidewalk on Avenue A, was killed during a robbery in Oakland (SPIN)

A visit to Flower Power Herbs & Roots on Ninth Street (Off the Grid ... previously)

The juvenile red-tailed hawks haven't left home (Tompkins Square Park) just yet (Laura Goggin Photography)

Club Cumming will open on Sixth Street on Sept. 15 (Tasting Table)

Local ice cream shop owner discuss the rigors of the business (Grub Street)

[Another Croman-Rikers tag appears on 6th Street]

Sun Bakery on Essex Street appears to have closed (BoweryBoogie)

Two screenings of 1963's "Greenwich Village Story" this weekend (Anthology Film Archives)

Blue Apron had the most disappointing IPO of the decade (Grub Street)

"Rogue" bikeshare company to unleash cycles in the city on Monday (New York Post)

The story of Keith Haring's Berlin Wall mural (Dangerous Minds)

What's next at the French Roast space on Sixth Avenue? (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

... and on Sunday afternoon at 3, take in the latest installment of "Music Under the Willow" at the Creative Little Garden on Sixth Street between Avenue A and Avenue B. Details here.

[Creative Little Garden pic via Facebook]

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