Sunday, March 4, 2018

Week in Grieview

[2nd Avenue surf via Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

650 E. 6th St.prepped for demolition; new condoplex on the way (Monday)

Report: Contractor charged in 2nd Avenue gas explosion illegally renovating Harlem apartments (Saturday)

The books of Felix Caro (Wednesday)

Dora returns home (Monday) ... Christo and Dora spotted building nest together (Wednesday)

Pastel Spa & Nails closes on 2nd Avenue; murals outside tanned over (Thursday)

CB3 OKs proposal for Union Square tech hub; calls for zoning protections (Thursday)

Residents voice concerns about quality-of-life issues on 14th Street and 1st Avenue (Monday)

A look at Stuy Town in 1947 (Tuesday)

[Fake tree toss on 1st Avenue this a.m.]

Reader report: manhole explosion on 2nd Avenue (Tuesday)

Lovecraft has not been open lately on Avenue B (Wednesday)

Matthew Kenney's PlantMade teams up with Pure Green on 2nd Avenue (Friday)

Joe and Pat's signage arrives on 1st Avenue (Friday)

Poke N' Roll debuts on 9th Street (Wednesday)

Natasha Lyonne filming Netflix series "Russian Doll" outside 7B (Wednesday)

More about the new venture from Pilotworks on the Bowery (Monday)

Tibetan speciality shop DöKham is now open on 1st Avenue (Friday)

Yet another opportunity to buy 114 E. 10th St. (Tuesday)

[Hay there on Avenue A yesterday via Bobby Williams]

Openings on Avenue A: Mama Fina's House of Filipino Sisig (Monday)

PokéVillage is the EV's first poke casualty (Friday)

IQ Decor closes on 14th Street (Wednesday)

Extra Place is all pretty much Momofuku Ko now (Tuesday)

Garbage bags now adorn the windows at Out East (Monday)

The Real Yellow Pages have arrived (Thursday)

... and my condolences to the friends and family of Amos Little Jr. The longtime doorman at Sophie's (and also Josie's) died suddenly last weekend. He was 60.

[Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk via Instagram]

Last month he moved back to Philadelphia to spend more time with his family.


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1 comment:

Eden Bee said...

OH no! I loved Amos and kept meaning to cone by...RIP to the nicest guy around.