Sunday, October 27, 2013

Week in Grieview

[New warning signs up for residents on weekends]

The L.E.S. Dwellers demand an impartial investigation of CB3 (Monday) while Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer voices his concern over CB3's action (Tuesday) ... and CB3 stands by its decision (Wednesday)

What do I do about my pothead neighbors? (Friday, 50 comments)

Heathers closes (Saturday)

More upscale restaurants for Extra Place (Thursday)

James Renwick, Jr.'s Vegas vacation (Wednesday)

Ronald McDonald and Banksy on the LES (Monday)

And Banksy's Grim Reaper (Friday)

Out and About with actor Tom Kopache (Wednesday)

Historic Grace Memorial House gets a bath (Monday)

CB3/SLA highlights: Liquor license applicants for former bakery, pet shop and hardware store (Thursday)

ConEd shares steps its taking to prevent the East 13th Street substation from exploding again (Wednesday)

The former Boca Chica will become a high-end cocktail bar made to look like "a seedy late-70s dive bar" (Wednesday)

Ben Shaoul suing to keep his additional illegal floors (Tuesday)

Update on the Mobil station on Avenue C (Thursday)

More about the Russ & Daughters Café space (Thursday)

Former lumber yard on Great Jones sprouting several new floors of residences (Tuesday)

New look for the former 9th Street Bakery (Monday)

The Citi Bikes program isn't profitable ... yet (Friday, 32 comments)

A bad sign at Vella Market (Tuesday)

Roseland Ballroom makes closure next spring official (Tuesday)

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