Friday, April 25, 2014
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition
[Photo by Grant Shaffer]
Recommended! Last weekend to go see the excellent Charles Schick and Regina Bartkoff in "The Two-Character Play" at Bullet Space (292 Theatre)
Venerating Pope John Paul II's blood at St. Stanislaus on East 7th Street (The Daily News)
A look inside Huertas, the new Spanish restaurant on First Avenue (Eater)
East Side Stories — The 2014 East Village Theater Festival continues through May 4 (Metropolitan Playhouse)
Re-doing a former "man cave" on East 11th Street (New York Post)
Video of Delancey Street in the 1970s (BoweryBoogie)
The libraries of the East Village and Greenwich Village (Off the Grid)
City pays $55,000 to OWS protester injured by NYPD (Gothamist)
Paperwork filed for 68-floor tower at the former Pathmark site on the LES (The Lo-Down)
A look at the disappearing Iron Triangle at Willets Point (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
EVG regular Blue Glass notes how lovely the pear trees are around the neighborhood this spring...
And we want to see "Famous Nathan," the documentary about Nathan's Famous hot dog empire ...
Amusing the Zillion has more about the film here.
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The windows on the Death Star are filthy and have to be washed every few weeks to prevent it from looking like something out of Blade Runner.
Cool photo, Grant!
Amazing the photographer didn't get hit by 30 City Bikes.
I seem to recall that John Paul II couldn't be bothered detouring over to St Stanislaus from Broadway, on his little Popemobile tour of Manhattan, even though the parishioners begged him to and had a sign up welcoming him and sat around hoping he'd show. Phooey on him, and I'm very much against this bogus saintmaking anyway.
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