Friday, January 29, 2016

EV Grieve Etc.: Lost evidence in 1972 NYPD ambush; nest watch in Tompkins Square Park

[2nd Avenue bike lane snow removal photo by Derek Berg]

The fiancé of Nicole DuFresne, who was murdered during a mugging on Clinton Street, reflects on the tragedy 11 years later (Gothamist)

Nearly all of the evidence recovered from the deadly ambush of two NYPD officers on Avenue B and East 11th Street on Jan. 27, 1972, has disappeared (Daily News)

Nest watch in Tompkins Square Park (Gog in NYC)

The city is again looking to restore the Allen Street bathhouse (BoweryBoogie)

The sisters behind Mimi Cheng's on Second Avenue opening a location in Soho (Eater)

Bo Dietl is suing Cooper Union for $110,000 (New York Post)

Should LES galleries continue to stay open on Sundays? (Vulture)

NYU Langone makes it official with medical center for Essex Crossing (The Lo-Down)

NYC photos from 1965-69 by James Jowers (Mashable)

2016 real-estate trends to watch (Curbed)

Inside the billion-dollar sidewalk bridge biz (Crain's)

Revisiting Venus Records (Flaming Pablum)

When Lester Bangs trashed the Beatles on TV (Dangerous Minds)

The Ziegfeld closed for good last night (New York Post)

And you can see Bette Gordon's "Variety" from 1984 on Saturday night at 8:30 (Anthology Film Archives)

...and at midnight this weekend at the Sunshine Cinema on East Houston — John Carpenter's "The Thing" from 1982... (and "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" plays at 11 p.m.)

...and it's Day 2 of a winter sale at Academy Records, 415 E. 12th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue...

Happening now!!

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