Sunday, October 26, 2014

Week in Grieview

[Avenue A]

Police make an arrest in attempted Stuy Town rape (Monday)

More funding for the Bowery Mission (Tuesday)

1st permits filed for renovation of Walter De Maria's former home-studio on East 6th Street (Monday)

Vacate orders at 338 E. Sixth St. (Friday)

The R Bar closes on the Bowery (Thursday)

Police arrest man who reportedly robbed the Chase branch on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Korilla BBQ officially opens (Friday)

Out and About with Elissa (Wednesday)

Mile High Run Club gets its treadmills on East Fourth Street (Monday)

Here comes Checkers (Wednesday)

More about Zoltar moving to the left (Saturday)

First sign of the new 7-floor condo rising above the Jehovah's Witnesses on Avenue C (Tuesday)

Grey Era priced out of East Ninth Street (Friday)

Santa Barbara Deli Superette will return with a shorter name (Thursday)

No more letters at the Peter Stuyvesant Post Office (Monday)

Former Avenue A laundromat 'is perfect for anyone with an exciting hip concept for a bar or restaurant' (Friday)

The Thirsty Buddha has closed; Taqueria St. Mark's on deck (Monday)

Report: Kevin McEnroe bought baking soda, not cocaine, last summer on East Fourth Street and Avenue A (Thursday)

You'll never drive on this section of Astor Place again (Tuesday)

The former Joselito space for rent on Avenue D (Tuesday)

And from Friday… the Walgreens on Astor Place was decked out for a TV commercial… (hopefully)

[Photo by Joe Preston]

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