Sunday, April 19, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Tompkins Square Park yesterday]

Icon Realty serves the Stage an eviction notice (Tuesday, 54 comments)

Stage owner Roman Diakun responds to allegations of illegally siphoning gas (Thursday)

Man sentenced to 14 years in prison for rape of East 7th Street resident (Wednesday)

First look at the revamped East Village Radio studio on First Avenue (Friday)

A No Catcall Zone on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday, 54 comments)

Teaser site arrives for the Altes House, 11 boutique condos for East 4th Street (Monday)

Full Stop Work Order issued for 117 Second Ave. for 'testing and taking apart gas lines' without permits (Saturday)

Joey Ramone: May 19, 1951 – April 15, 2001 (Wednesday)

The Black Rose opening in the former Odessa Cafe and Bar space (Tuesday, 70 comments)

[Photos] At Sunday night's Second Avenue benefit concert at Theatre 80 (Tuesday)

Out and About with Diane McLean (Wednesday)

Long-stalled 16-story residential building still stalled on 3rd Avenue (Tuesday)

Long Bay now serving Vietnamese cuisine on East Sixth Street (Tuesday)

Two weeks left to enjoy Lan Cafe (Thursday)

Reader report: Pit bull attack on Avenue A (Sunday, 58 comments)

Agavi Juice opens on East Seventh Street (Wednesday)

Harry and Ida's Meat & Supply Co. coming to Avenue A (Monday)

Ellie & Jack's Bar & Kitchen looking for lodging in the former Kabin (Thursday)

After midnight, workers remove the Moishe's Bake Shop sign (Saturday)

Looking at 67 Avenue C, where the condo views are spectacular and surreal (Tuesday)

Marcha Cocina announces itself on Avenue C (Wednesday)

The Dunkin' Donuts space on East 14th Street is for rent (Monday)


Anonymous said...

That is a beautiful picture of Tompkins!

john penley said...

Judith Malina co-founder of the Living Theater with Julian Beck died. Judith was not only an East Village Icon but an international legend as well. The NY Times thought her death was notable and wrote a very long obit which was the leading obit for the day. Goodbye Judith... many will miss you and the revolutionary art you brought to the East Village, the LES and the World.

jasa seo said...

very nice pict. :)

Anonymous said...

That tree in the center looks like it belongs in a Tim Burton movie.