Friday, February 20, 2015

EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition

[2nd Avenue this morning via Derek Berg]

Sheldon Silver's indictment (DNAinfo)

Trying the Sri Lankan vegetarian fare at Sigiri on First Avenue (Fork in the Road)

Adding art to the construction containers and cement blocks along East Houston (BoweryBoogie)

A look at Marco Canora's new Fifty Paces on East 12th Street (Gothamist)

Kim Gordon discusses her new memoir (The New York Times)

Bring on the hipsters: Gentrification is good for the poor (The Economist)

Check out "The Dryline," a flood barrier for the East River (The Lo-Down)

Oh, and a photo of an icy East River this morning (East River Ferry Instagram)

No one apparently recognized "Fifty Shades of Grey" star Dakota Johnson dining at Avenue A's Black Market (Page Six)

Third Street Music School Settlement will undergo a $5.3 million construction project (Bedford + Bowery)

Chuck Connelly: The Spirit of Vision continues on East Ninth Street (Dorian Grey Gallery)

Heh: A workout video for fans of the Talking Heads (Dangerous Minds)

Broome Street Bar isn't closing after all (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Revisiting Chantal Ackerman’s "News From Home" (Flaming Pablum)

Cool photos of a band that we like: A Place To Bury Strangers, "Transfixiation" record release show at Music Hall of Williamsburg (Walter Wlodarczyk)

Montauk in the winter (Gog in NYC)


Anonymous said...

re: your 2nd ave photo. it always smells so great inside!


DrBOP said...

NICE pic Derek!

And 'dat Walter be some kinda great picman too!