Friday, December 18, 2015
EV Grieve Etc.: Remembering Adam Roth; Converting Streit's to condos
[Off to Grey Gardens! Photo by Derek Berg]
RIP Adam Roth (Daily News ... Billboard)
Streit’s matzo factory headed toward condo conversion (The Real Deal)
Extell unveils affordable housing building on the LES (DNAinfo)
TeaNY has closed on Rivington (BoweryBoogie)
Catching up with Steve Cannon (The Villager)
NYCHA is underprepared for emergencies: Scott Stringer (Capital New York)
Reactions to de Blasio’s zoning proposals (City & State ... Gothamist)
ACME changing concepts on Great Jones (Grub Street)
42-year-old Soho health food restaurant Spring Street Natural is on the move (Eater)
Essex Crossing Site 6 update (The Lo-Down)
A few of the NYC institutions that closed this year (The Commercial Observer)
When the Cockettes came to NYC in 1971 (Dangerous Minds)
The shadows of December (Gog in NYC)
Holiday gift idea: Membership to the Anthology Film Archives (AFA site)
HiFi owner Mike Stutz interviews EVG on this podcast ... part of Live at Fi — Transmissions From The Hifi Bar in NYC series (iTunes)
... and free pet photos with Santa Sunday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Police Service Area #4 on East Eight Street and Avenue C... (no pub crawl though...)
Posted by Grieve at 10:30 AM
Labels: EV Grieve Etc.
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Boy, Derek Berg has been taking no prisoners these days. Him and Bobby Williams, was a great EV Grieve photo combo.
I'm still not over losing the original Acme. Such a fun and comfortable place. Sigh.
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DeBlasio and his crew can do whatever they like safely knowing that DeBlasio will be re-elected for another four years so why should they listen to their constituents? What are they going to do --- vote Republican?
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