Monday, April 20, 2009

EV Grieve Etc: Mourning Edition

New York has the worst economic outlook of any state in the nation (New York Post)

Clowns and tie-dyed ferrets in TSP (Slum Goddess)

Friday night on Avenue A (Neither More Nor Less)

Dead boys ephemera (Stupefaction)

Remembering Johnny Thunders (This Ain't the Summer of Love)

Spring skyline from atop the Municipal Parking lot on Ludlow/Essex Street (BoweryBoogie)

Old and new in Tribeca (Greenwich Village Daily Photo)

Sicha and Balk launch The Awl (The Awl)

"On the first Saturday that New York's brand new stadia were open for regular season baseball business -- and on a beautiful day, too -- there were more than 7,000 unsold seats in Yankee Stadium, more than 5,000 in Citi Field. When parks such as Camden Yards, Coors Field and Jacobs Field opened, they sold out, over and over, again and again. That's because fans were treated as logical humans, embraced as customers and not targeted for muggings. (Phil Mushnick, New York Post)

Displaced by the Yankees, some Bronx athletic teams go homeless (New York Times)

The party buses were out Saturday night.

Must be loudmouth season. (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)

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