Thursday, September 17, 2015
EVG Etc.: Jesse Malin's new record and bar; Marcia Resnick's NYC 'Punks, Poets and Provocateurs'
[Mocha Lite and Miss Demeanor outside the Phoenix on East 13th Street via Grant Shaffer]
Jesse Malin on his latest record and new bar Berlin under 2A on Avenue A (The Village Voice)
Flowers Cafe closes tomorrow ahead of redevelopment at 355 Grand St. (BoweryBoogie)
Threat of lawsuit over massage parlor installation at Orchard Street gallery (artnet News)
Stats on bullying in East Village/LES schools (DNAinfo)
History of the honorary street names along Second Avenue (Off the Grid)
About Louis Abolafia, the East Village artist who ran for president in 1968 (Ephemeral New York)
More on Avant Garden's opening on East Seventh Street (Zagat)
A look at photographer Marcia Resnick's new book of NYC "Punks, Poets and Provocateurs" (Dangerous Minds)
A visit to Rachael Ray's 6-level East Village home (The Wall Street Journal, subscription required)
Some history of Peridance Capezio Center on East 13th Street (The New York Times)
Another chance to discuss the East River flood protection plan (The Lo-Down)
The original Palm restaurant space for rent (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Lou Reed cornerspotting (Flaming Pablum)
… and in the spring of 2014, Michael Sean Edwards, who has contributed photos to EVG through the years, released a book of photography titled "Past Future Past: The East Village: 1978-1980."
The softcover edition ($24.95) is now for sale at Alphabets, 64 Avenue A, and St. Mark's Bookshop, 136 E. Third St.
[Photo on St. Mark's Place by Michael Sean Edwards]