Friday, July 31, 2015
EV Grieve Etc.: Checking out 2 new East Village pizzerias; Remembering the avant-garde jazz scene
[Photo on East 4th Street by Derek Berg]
Amid irregularities in campaign petition, Community Board 3 Chair Gigi Li exits District Leader race (DNAinfo)
Sunday at Slug's: Ornette Coleman and the avant-garde jazz scene of the East Village (The New York Review of Books)
Sietsema checks in on two new East Village pizzerias — Via Della Pace Pizza and Bruno (Eater)
A red-tailed hawk is found dead on Fourth Avenue and East Ninth Street (Gog in NYC)
The Ungentrifiers (The Awl)
A Sunday morning ritual at Ink on Avenue A (Medium)
A look at Good Night Sonny, now open on First Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Eater, previously on EVG)
Battling over picking Sheldon Silver's successor (The Lo-Down)
An 8-hour rager at Gotham Court on Ludlow! (BoweryBoogie)
Faux roadhouse bar Duke's closes on East 19th Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
A look at Club Berlin in Martin Scorsese's great "After Hours" (Flaming Pablum)
Tribute to Tom Baker includes "I, A Man" and "Bongo Wolf's Revenge" (Anthology Film Archives)
The hottest (temperature-wise) subway stations south of Central Park (WNYC)
Pop-up cat camp on Mulberry Street (Daily News)
Why would anyone pay to stay on the outskirts of the city’s center, Fifth Avenue and 23rd Street, in 1859? (Ephemeral New York)
Check out the Enterprise-style ride coming to Coney Island's Luna Park (Amusing the Zillion)
Two rare Joy Division tracks were just rereleased (Dangerous Minds)
... and the D.L. Cerney pop-up shop remains open at 317 E. Ninth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue through Aug. 30…
... and remember when Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie were in Tompkins Square Park filming that xmas movie back in January? Anyway, the trailer is now out...
Posted by Grieve at 10:30 AM
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Well, no I'm stupider after having watched that trailer... whoa does that look bad...
Gross. Seth Rogen must stop making movies. There's no telling how many drunken Bros are going to imitate him by trampling through mangers and barfing in churches. And those "the Jews killed Jesus" jokes are old. Is this what's consided humor these days?
that movie looks awful... I'd much rather watch an uncomfortable comedy like Rick Alverson's "Entertainment".
11:54 - For Jews who don't know anything about the history of Judaism this is unfortunately what passes for humor.
Okay, I'd rather have two more pizzerias than two more sports bars...but can anyone tell me where to get a really good SLICE, not a sit-down whole pizza? I liked South Brooklyn Pizza but they're gone..not surprisingly.
Anon. 6:00, I highly recommend Nonna's, which went in recently at 201 Avenue A between 12th and 13th. The owner's name is Astro, he's a total sweetheart,and he told me that all the ingredients used - flour, sauce, cheese, etc. - is sourced from Italy. Get a slice of the "Grandma" pizza, you won't be sorry.
I will second the Nonna's recommendation
Thanks! Just tried Nonna's and it was really good! Will definitely make that my regular pizza stop.
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