Thursday, June 26, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Photo on East 4th Street by Jonathan Crane]

Fledgling update (Gog in NYC)

6 ways to celebrate Pride Week (DNAinfo)

About Green Fingers, a new garden shop on East First Street (A Continuous Lean)

Linda Simpson's photos of the NYC drag scene from 1987-1996 (The Cut/New York)

Clinton Street Baking Company looking to expand into the former Min's Market space (BoweryBoogie)

Manhattan renters still want to live in the EV, at least last week (The Real Deal)

About The Save LES Streets site (The Lo-Down)

The Bicycle Film Festival at the Anthology this weekend (Anthology Film Archives)

The Mysterious Time Machine has left 14th Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Photo: Brazilian models watch the World Cup at Miss Lily's 7A Cafe (Page Six)

NYC ranked as most "Stressed Out" city in America (CNN)

What the regional office of White Castle looks like in Queens (Scouting New York)

Bloomy's soda ban is officially dead, wrapped in plastic (Eater)

… and via The Laughing Squid, film enthusiast Tony Zhou examines Martin Scorsese's use of silence in movies ...

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