Sunday, October 18, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Photo on East 5th Street by Derek Berg]

Three new retail tenants for 51 Astor Place: Bluestone Lane Coffee, Chop’t and Flywheel Sports (Monday)

Reports: Contractor under investigation for Second Avenue explosion guilty in unrelated bribery case (Wednesday)

Moishe's Bake Shop has a new front window (Thursday)

Them bones on First Avenue (Wednesday)

Report: Associated owners not having any luck shopping for a lease renewal on East 14th Street (Thursday, 34 comments)

Arepa Factory has opened on Avenue A (Monday)

The disappearing 253 E. 7th St. (Tuesday)

Picturesque ivy coming down on East Eighth Street (Tuesday)

Out and About with Mickey Davis (Wednesday)

Sixth Street Yoga Junction now open in the Sixth Street Community Center (Tuesday)

Some day, the East Houston Reconstruction Project will end, but not anytime soon (Thursday)

Variety shop taking over the AK Shoe Repair space on East Ninth Street (Friday)

Le Café Coffee adding new location on Fourth Avenue (Wednesday)

East Village spotted from plane (Friday)

Buy a condo on East Fourth Street, get a photo of graffiti art (Monday)

New city site let's you know about real-time transit delays and disruptive banging and pounding noises (Friday)

Attention business owners with bicycle deliveries (Thursday)

Organic Avenue on Third Avenue has closed (Thursday)

After nearly four years empty, 37 St. Mark's Place may be getting new retail tenants (Monday)

Revisiting "Bettie Visits CBGB" (Thursday)

Last days for Allied Hardware on Second Avenue (Wednesday)

Former Avenue A Wine & Liquor space for rent (Wednesday)

An explanation for the wire above Avenue A (Monday)

According to TripAdvisor, this East Village pizzeria is the best restaurant in NYC (Friday)

Feltman’s of Coney Island bringing its hot dogs to St. Mark's Place (Friday)

So long Sounds (Sunday)

@NYPDTWEETTOWER recognized for serving and protecting the Twittersphere (Wednesday)

Fonda debuts sidewalk cafe (Thursday)

… and we heard from a concerned reader… who's worried that the latest sculpture (that arrived mid-September) on the northeast corner of First Avenue and St. Mark's Place is starting to lean… "it looks like it's about to fall down. I'm worried it's going to hurt somebody."

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