Monday, November 25, 2013

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Michael Sean Edwards]

Meet Sprinkles, the firehouse snake of East 2nd Street (DNAinfo)

Three centuries, three views of East 14th Street (Ephemeral New York)

The Keith Haring mural at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Center on West 13th Street (Dangerous Minds)

Sting and others at La MaMa's annual benefit (The Wall Street Journal)

A call to tame SantaCon (BoweryBoogie)

Sampling Otto's Tacos on Second Avenue (Eater)

"Everybody Street," a new documentary on street photography (Flaming Pablum)

Revisiting Chantal Akerman's "News from Home" from 1977 (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Teen mugshots from 100 years ago (Bowery Boys)

An end to the knish shortage? (Eater)

More proposals for the former Domino Sugary Factory (Curbed)

... and, mysteriously enough, perhaps, a dead chicken in a box on East Fourth Street...

[ Derek Berg]


Alex in NYC said...

Santerian curse?

Big Brother said...

Fro-yo in a claw?

Laura Goggin Photography said...


Anonymous said...

The secret ingredient in the fried chicken biscuits.

Anonymous said...

DNAinfo trolls this site and then follow-up with they think is interesting to report without crediting you or where they've heard it first.

Anonymous said...

Hipsters are upping up their game, and taking this artisanal fad too far. Taking farm-to-table literally.

shmnyc said...

I haven't seen a dead chicken, outside of plastic wrap, since I lived up in Washington Heights.

Gojira said...

Anon. 2:20, don't you mean farm-to-box?

A little while ago I said...

2:16PM, I'm not surprised to read that. Bastids.