Friday, December 19, 2014

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[East 7th Street the other day via Derek Berg]

Ideas to #SaveNYC (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

A visit to the Halal Guys on East 14th Street (The New York Times)

East Village Terroir closing Jan. 31 (Eater)

A look at Dee Dee Ramone's work at the Hotel Chelsea (The Daily Beast)

Former Chase branch on Delancey hosting another art show (BoweryBoogie)

Here's what's coming to La Mama (La Mama, PDF)

What does gentrification really mean? (The Washington Post)

Manel Armengol's pictures of New York City in the late 1970s (Flaming Pablum)

Christo and Dora hanging out in Tompkins Squirrel Square Park (Gog in NYC)

There's a $50 million lawsuit in connection with a plan to build a 47-story tower on the site of the former Pathmark pharmacy on Cherry Street (The Lo-Down)

Q-and-A with the new CitiBike chief (New York)

WNYC broadcaster Oscar Brand celebrates his 69th continuous year on the air (The Villager)

Should libraries become more like coffee shops? (The Telegraph UK)

The women of "Twin Peaks" get the Sailor Jerry look (Dangerous Minds)

... and with some new competition next door, Ray recently unveiled a new slicer for some expanded menu items...

[Photo by Peter Brownscombe]

...and someone sent me this...

1 comment:

DrBOP said...

Rock'em Ray.....'til their backbone ain't got no soul!

.....and does this mean Sliced Egg Creams comin' up?