Sunday, May 4, 2014

Week in Grieview

[The 6th & B Garden yesterday by Bobby Williams]

20 years of Flower Power in the East Village (Tuesday)

Car slams into Saifee Hardware (Monday)

Q-and-A with Frank Ape creator Brandon Sines (Friday)

More about Kim's closing (Monday)

Writer Greg Masters revisits the 1980s art scene (Tuesday)

Smoking battle in this Avenue A apartment building (Tuesday, 33 comments)

Work resumes at 27 Avenue D, where the Educational Alliance is adding an extension (Monday)

Calliope has closed (Wednesday)

No more "Serendipity" in Tompkins Square Park (Monday)

A 15-story retail-residential complex coming to East 14th Street and Avenue C (Wednesday)

The ongoing development concerns at 243-245 E. Second St. (Wednesday)

Signage revealed for Miss Lily's 7A Cafe (Thursday)

Out and About with Karen Fleisch (Wednesday)

Here are the protected bike lanes for Fourth Avenue/Lafayette (Monday)

Chubby Mary's has closed (Thursday)

Recreating the Tompkins Square Park riot of 1988 for "Ten Thousands Saints" (Friday)

[Photo by Grant Shaffer]

The new luxurious corners of Lafayette (Monday)

The Launderette of Second Avenue is closing (Wednesday)

Full reveal at 227 E. Seventh St. (Monday)

More about a possible Mars Bar comeback (Thursday)

Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield bringing cafe-bar concept to 151 Avenue A (Friday)

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