Friday, August 15, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[Cat photo from Cooper Square these days]

The history of Temperance fountain in Tompkins Square Park (Off the Grid)

Scratchbox Project coming to First Street Green Art Park this weekend (BoweryBoogie)

MoMA and the Warhol Museum will digitize all of Andy Warhol's film and video work (Dangerous Minds)

The hawks are being kinda boring in Tompkins Square Park (Gog in NYC)

Delancey Street building sells for $10 million more than 2012 price (The Lo-Down)

Does Stuyvesant Square have the oldest iron fence in NYC? (Ephemeral New York)

Di Fiore Marquet Cafe closes after 22 years on East 12th Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

"Gentrifiers, When Do You Call 311?" (The Brian Lehrer Show)

"We Are Mari Pepa," which explores the "lives and loves of a group of school-age punk rockers in Guadalajara," makes its NYC premiere tonight (Anthology Film Archives)

And if you happen by Ninth Street Espresso (the one at 341 E. 10th St. near Avenue B), then you can check out the work of East Village artist Stacy Harshman ... her show, "Defiant Flowers," is up through Aug. 29.


nygrump said...

I'm predicting most of those trees in Cooper Union aren't going to make it due to stress and if they don't put back the top soil the winter will kill them. Maybe thats part of the plan. The trees are kind of big and would easily go over in a large storm, time to start from scratch, but they couldn't cut them down outright, everyone would flip out. not a hell of a lot is going on at this sight, but there is a whole wall of children's drawings to make us feel good.

Anonymous said...

You shouldn't promote Caterpillar.