Friday, February 13, 2015
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition
A look at Ash Thayer's book "Kill City: Lower East Side Squatters 1992-2000" (The Link)
Bowery Mission names new president and CEO (The Lo-Down)
Woman punched at Katz's for standing too close in line (DNAinfo)
Manny Cantor Center hosting a Survey of Working Artists on the Lower East Side (BoweryBoogie)
Art and ephemera connected to No Wave Film, 1976-1985 (98 Bowery)
Police looking for suspect in mugging on Essex and Hester (PIX 11)
An oral history of CBGB (Medium/Cuepoint)
A winter view of the Depression-era East River (Ephemeral New York)
"When you look at all the reasons why New York City has left such an indelible mark on the world, it ultimately has precious fuck-all to do with having been born here." (Flaming Pablum)
Q-and-A with John Waste of Urban Waste (Noisey/Vice)
Red Velvet Oreo Ice Cream coming to Davey's on First Avenue this weekend (Grub Street)
Update on residential conversion of 41 Great Jones (Curbed)
In case you wanted Andy Warhol-inspired Chuck Taylors (Tasting Table)
A surprising trip to Foley's on West 33rd Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Cops keeping surveillance on Washington Square Park visitors in real time (Washington Square Park Blog)
For your Valentine's Day: EVG's favorite love songs, sort of (Stupefaction)
... and "Law and Order: SVU" was back in the neighborhood filming this week, including at First Houses on East Third Street between Avenue A and First Avenue...
[Photo by Yenta Laureate]
Posted by Grieve at 8:17 AM
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400 bucks for a friggin' wallet? Seriously?
I think you should be punched for just going to Katz's.
I get the urge to punch someone for standing too close in line, a couple times a week at least. Good for her.
Honestly, who goes around with close to a $1K of valuables in their bag and then just leaves it unattended? She deserved it. Also: $400 wallet? Really?
Leaving behind $1,000 worth of stuff in a bag is as easy as leaving behind a bag. A laptop alone can be over $1000. It's not the 1950s any more, people.
The stupidity of people re: them leaving money and valuables unattened astounds me.
If a good samaritan finds a $400 wallet and turns it into the Ninth Precinct, I'm pretty sure it would be put into a box of valuables the cops cash in on at some pawn shop once a month or so.
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