Monday, November 22, 2010
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition
An interview with EV Grieve and Jeremiah Moss (I Loved New York)
At the Museum of the American Gangster on St. Mark's Place (New York Times)
Ludlow Street development headed for the auction house (Curbed)
Almanac for New Yorkers circa 1938 (Shawn Chittle)
The death of the corner bar (Ephemeral New York)
Inside the gutted Fedora (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)
A Mars Bar tattoo (Slum Goddess)
A fire scare at the Bowery Whole Foods Saturday morning (BoweryBoogie)
Through the years with the Grace Church on 10th and Broadway (EV Transitions)
A reader notes all sorts of activity during the weekend at the former Butcher Bay space on East Fifth Street.... it will be called Ghost Town or Goat's Town.
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Much gratitude and many thanks to both Jeremiah and EVG for caring enough to take the time and do the work to benefit the rest of us. Sometimes amusing, sometimes maddening, sometimes depressing, always appreciated. And another thank you to Shawn Chittle for that great 1938 almanac. My dad used to tawk like that!
Thank you, Lisa... I always appreciate your comments...
Hear, hear--well said. The effort required to put up this blog day after day--and work full time no less--is extraordinary. And the interview was a fun read (Grieve, "Low Life" is a favorite).
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