Friday, April 24, 2015

EV Grieve Etc.: The search for Ryce; a new pop-up shop for Enz's

[Avenue A and East 10th Street via Grant Shaffer]

A look at the avant-garde costume designs on display at the Ukrainian Museum on East Sixth Street (HuffPost)

The murders of NYPD officers Gregory Foster and Rocco Laurie in 1972 on Avenue B and East 11th Street part of new book titled "Days of Rage" (Politico)

The continued search for Ryce, one of the missing cats from 125 Second Ave. (Washington Square Park Blog)

The latest Enz's pop-up shop is at 627 E. Sixth St. (DNAinfo)

The blending of traditions at Noreetuh, the new Hawaiian place on First Avenue (The New Yorker)

The State Liquor Authority cancels the Sixth Ward's liquor license on Orchard Street (DNAinfo)

A new bike shop on the LES (BoweryBoogie)

Alex salutes Iggy Pop on his birthday (Flaming Pablum)

This week marked the 184th anniversary of the incorporation of NYU (Off the Grid)

NYC apartments top gold as stores of wealth (Bloomberg Business)

Tracking down the long-lost Cramps promo for "Human Fly" (Dangerous Minds)

Chloë Sevigny at 40 (The New Yorker)

… and Fasta, the new pasta joint at the former 2 Bros. (the supreme slice place), opened yesterday at 36 St. Marks's Place… let us know if you try it…

[Photo by EVG reader Russ]

... and finally, the East Village Community School flea market is tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 610 E. 12th St. between Avenue B and Avenue C...


Anonymous said...

Tried Fasta last night! I had the Ravioli with walnut pesto and mozzarella

It was good for takeout, better than something I could make at home. For the price ($12) I'd prefer a nice sit down place.

Everyone in there was super friendly. :)

Anonymous said...

Chloe is still the "coolest girl in the world"!

Anonymous said...

Chloe is profiled in the weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal.