Monday, January 18, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: FDR overpass replacement at East Houston; David Bowie singalong in Union Square

[Sunday afternoon photo via Bobby Williams]

DOT ready to replace the bridge above the FDR at East Houston Street (BoweryBoogie)

At the David Bowie singalong in Union Square (Slum Goddess)

A 4th birthday for the East 10th Street Historic District (Off the Grid)

Hearth on East 12th Street and First Avenue has revamped its dining room and menu (Grub Street)

1969 Oscar winner "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" screens again Wednesday at the Regal Cinemas Union Square (Official website)

A picket at the REBNY Gala in Midtown on Jan. 21 (Tribeca Trust)

The city's best "hook-up bars" apparently include the 13th Step and Niagara. About the 13th Step, Gothamist writes: "If it's bros you seek, or the women who love them, this East Village nightmare is the place to go." (Gothamist)

Newly released black-and-white photographs via the New York City Tenement House Department (The Daily Meal)

Emptying out the Tammany Hall building on Union Square East (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Bruno Pizza on East 13th Street is testing a "hot dog-centric lunch menu" (Eater)

New York's medical marijuana program off to a slow start (NBC News)

Native American cinema series continues through Thursday (Anthology Film Archives)

NYC real estate assessed at $1 trillion (The Real Deal)

Upcoming free events at the Manny Cantor Center (The Lo-Down)

An explanation of NYC's now-expired 421-a Tax Program (Curbed)

The Max's Kansas City tribute (The Village Voice)

Anthropologie is selling a "West Village" trash can (The Atlantic)

Remembering 1970s glam rocker Brett Smiley (Dangerous Minds)