Wednesday, November 25, 2015

EV Grieve Etc.: The city's worst landlords; a Children’s Magical Garden update

[Photo on Stuyvesant Street by Derek Berg]

Judge rejects developer's plea to dismiss Children’s Magical Garden lawsuit (The Lo-Down)

Elvis Guesthouse on Avenue A is a venue "worth fighting for" (The Village Voice)

Public advocate Letitia James has rolled out the annual list of the city's 100 worst landlords (Curbed)

Vic's Pizza on Essex Street is closing next week after 45 years in business so the building's owner can tear it down (DNAinfo)

Some history of the Germania Fire Insurance Company Bowery Building at 357 Bowery (Off the Grid)

Checking out the new Richard Kern show at the Marlborough Broome Street Gallery (Flaming Pablum)

A night at a Brian Wilson concert (Slum Goddess)

Thoughts on Richard Hell’s "Massive Pissed Love" (Hyperallergic)

A Subway (sandwich shop) closes on Essex Street (BoweryBoogie)

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. say gentrification is bad for their neighborhoods (Brian Lehrer/WNYC)

Complaints about old-timer Rudy's Bar & Grill on Ninth Avenue (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

... and if you're traveling or seeing relatives or whatever this Thanksgiving, you're gonna make it (after all)...


Gojira said...

Just want to wish the Grieve family and all of my fellow posters, even the ones who hate me because I mock acai bowls, leave nihilistic posts, or just harsh their buzz in general, a very happy Thanksgiving. May you all be surrounded by loved ones, good friends, and good food. And if you are traveling, get home safely.

Eden Bee said...

Happy Happy!

DrGecko said...

And may you all have a memorable Thanksgiving, except for the things best forgotten.

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving y'all. Peace and happiness to all our friends here (Eden, Shawn, Gojira, Googla, Stacey, Giovanni, Jeremiah, et al) and indigestion for the RE trolls!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to allayuhz.

LOL @ that skater who looks straight outta 1993 with that hair and those clothes