Sunday, May 18, 2014

Week in Grieview

[Avenue A the other day]

An arrest in the deadly attack of Ruan Wen Hui (Thursday)

Exclusive: East Village Radio is signing off after 11 years (Wednesday)

Rumors: The Brant Foundation is buying Walter De Maria's workshop-home on East Sixth Street (Tuesday)

Baby hawks! (Friday)

CB3 says no to Friedman-Bloomfield cafe concept (Monday)

El Sombrero closes for renovations (Monday)

St. Mark's Bookshop signs a lease for a new home on East Third Street (Wednesday)

6-floor building in the works for former LaVie space (Monday)

A Dunkin' Donuts is taking the former Norman's Sound & Vision space (Friday)

Listing for Kim's Video says location is good for a bank, Starbucks or 7-Eleven (Friday)

Miss Lily's 7A Cafe opens Monday (Thursday)

Basic Plus moving into the Surprise! Surprise! storefront? (Thursday)

Lebrini's Pizzeria has been sold (Monday)

Matiell Consignment Shop leaving the East Village (Thursday)

Empire Biscuit had to be closed on National Biscuit Day (Wednesday)

Out and About with Alan Lefkowitz (Wednesday)

Westside Market revealed on Third Avenue (Tuesday)

Plantworks is closing after 40 years (Tuesday)

The Mars Bar 2.0 = The Pink Elephant (Monday)

Mother's Day on Avenue A (Sunday)

118 E. First St. is on the market with air rights (Wednesday)

When the moon showed off (Monday)

Merry May 12 Christmas! (Monday)

Waiting for the bike lanes to reappear on East Ninth Street and East 10th Street (Tuesday)

East 14th Street demolition getting serious (Wednesday)

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