Friday, August 23, 2013

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[12th and B yesterday via Bobby Williams]

Jodi Lane sign returns to East 11th Street (The Villager)

Details on Communal Spaces 2013, a garden play festival on the LES next month (Broadway World)

The Bloomberg Years (The New Yorker)

Check out the list of John Zorn-curated selections to play next month at the Anthology (Anthology Film Archives)

Subway videos from the 1940s and 1970s (BoweryBoogie)

Only 17 out of 20 subway lines will be fucked up this weekend (Gothamist)

A big flip at 101 Delancey (The Lo-Down)

"Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride" held over for third week (IFC)

Herbie Hancock's NYC of 1975 (Flaming Pablum)

More trees dying around the fountain in Washington Square Park (Washington Square Park Blog)

...and tomorrow at the 6th Street Community Center... Details here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ken Auletta's a pretty good writer, but his New Yorker article on the mayor went much too easy on its subject. Besides Stop and Frisk, the only major scandal mentioned was Cathie Black. Zero mention of the Blizzard, City Time or the faulty 911 call center- the latter two being two of the worst examples of graft and cronyism in recent memory.