Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Memorial Day Weekend in review
Someone hung "NYPD Rapists" flyers (Sunday)
The Marshal seized Hirai Mong on St. Mark's (Saturday)
There was another protest outside the Continental (Saturday)
Lady Gaga posters were vandalized and replaced overnight (Monday)
We watched a model at work on Ninth Street (Sunday)
We went to the Loisaida Festival on Avenue C (Monday)
We looked at "Hangover Part II" promos at 7-Eleven (Monday)
A missed connection on the N train (Sunday)
There was a good punk concert Sunday in Tompkins Square Park, that wasn't so crowded...
Someone tagged the ping pong table in Tompkins Square Park (Saturday)
The Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream shoppe opened on Seventh Street (Saturday)
On Friday afternoon, Jeff proposed to Caitlin in front of a specially created mural by Tats Cru on Second Street at Avenue A...
the Late Adopter]
And she said yes. Via Twitter, she told us that she was and is still in shock over the proposal.
Posted by Grieve at 6:30 AM
Labels: East Village, Memorial Day weekend
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tats cru blows. they shill their low grade work to anybody- videogame companies and now this schlub with that gnarly crap proposal.
Cool. They're the EXACT newbie, corny suburban post-grad types i fucking hate. get out of here, move back to connecticut.
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