Friday, August 31, 2012
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition
The D.L. Cerney boutique is closing on East Seventh Street after 28 years (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
XXX news: New York court overturns zoning law on adult clubs, video stores (Reuters via Curbed)
East Village-based feminist writer Shulamith Firestone dies at 67 (The New York Times)
Nursing Star back to health (DNAinfo)
Guerrilla garden on Stanton Street (East Villager)
The 1966 “Sip In” at Julius’ (Off the Grid)
The latest on the incoming Cocktail Bodega (BoweryBoogie)
CB3 to hear about conversion of the Jarmulowsky Bank building to hotel (The Lo-Down)
... Crap, it wasn't a dream here on First Avenue and East 13th Street...
Posted by Grieve at 11:34 AM
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that overturning of the zoning law for adult places is a big deal. that law made big changes to the city when it was passed.
so inspiring to read about the guerilla gardeners, i support this effort fully! thanks for posting
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