Monday, November 16, 2015
EV Grieve Etc.: 'Rent burdened' New Yorkers; Sheldon Silver trial week 3
[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]
At the Union Square vigil for Paris (Gothamist) ... and Washington Square Park (DNAinfo)
"Rent burdened" New Yorkers (DNAinfo)
Facebook donates 20 MacBook Pros to the East Village-based Hetrick-Martin Institute (The New York Observer)
A trip to the Museum of the American Gangster at 80 St. Mark's Place (The New York Times)
Bronx man arrested for sexual assaults on the LES (CBS New York)
A preview of the third week in the Sheldon Silver trial (The New York Times)
The return of "The Party's Over" (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
Chloe Sevigny sells her former East 10th Street co-op for $2.2 million (New York Post)
Sushi Dojo reopens on First Avenue without its chef (Eater)
Looking for Invader’s Lower East Side mosaics (BoweryBoogie)
Buy this dress that GG Allin wore to his brother's wedding (Dangerous Minds)
... and based on the flyers in circulation for tonight's CB3-SLA meeting, resistance continues for either the Cock moving to the Lit Lounge space on Second Avenue ... or Lit Lounge reopening with a new principal owner... (some background here)
Posted by Grieve at 12:00 PM
Labels: EV Grieve Etc.
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...but think of the money and genitals...sorry residents, but if you haven't figured it out by now, you're pond scum and no one cares about you
Let's protest because a bar is opening up where there used to be a bar!
Doug's got it down.
Eventually, every new business that opens up (i.e., "a bar"), will replace some older previous business (i.e. "a bar")
That's just business. I mean, what kind of retarded landlord would rent their space to anybody who wasn't going to open a bar?
Any news from last nights meeting?
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