Friday, January 22, 2016
EV Grieve Etc.: Searching for suspect in elevator mugging; Talking 'Punk' with John Holmstrom
[Photo on East 13th Street by @aureliovoltaire via Instagram]
Police looking for suspect who mugged woman in a residential elevator on East 12th Street and Third Avenue (Town & Village)
More details emerge about Adam Purple's long history of sexually abusing his daughters (The Villager)
Ippudo closed on Fourth Avenue through Jan. 30 for renovations (Eater)
An interview with Punk Magazine founding editor and East Village resident John Holmstrom (The Observer)
Christo watching in Tompkins Square Park (Gog in NYC)
The first installment in what will be a once-a-calendar tribute to innovative filmmaker Ken Jacobs (Anthology Film Archives) And here's a Jacobs profile today (The Wall Street Journal)
Mugged three times in two weeks in 1986 (Sensitive Skin Magazine)
Sheldon Silver's monthly state pension of $6,602 per month kicks in (The Lo-Down)
Claims of negligence at Norfolk Street development site (BoweryBoogie)
NYC attracts record number of tourists for 6th consecutive year (Crain's)
FYI: Movies before noon at the Village East Cinema on Second Avenue and East 12th Street are $8 (Official site)
Listicle alert! The 50 Most Unacceptable Sentences in "City on Fire" (The Awl)
More about the Treasury Department's efforts "to pierce the veil of anonymity" in Manhattan real-estate transactions (The New Yorker)
And we are not alone: Giant snow penis terrorizes locals in Gothenburg, Sweden (Death & Taxes)
... and East Village resident Jenny Adams is spearheading a coat drive today for The Trinity Mission. Per Jenny: "Bring your gently used coats, scarves, mittens and hats to Boulton & Watt on Houston & Avenue A anytime today."
Posted by Grieve at 12:00 PM
Labels: EV Grieve Etc.
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Is that Amy Schumer?
Woah, that Adam Purple article is essential reading and should be added as a link to every article posted praising that animal. Very sad for those poor girls that he destroyed.
Is that Lady Flocka®?
Reading the Adam Purple story confirms why I always question the annointed heroes. Dig a little bit, and you never know what you're going to find out about these people who clearly want attention but never reveal their true selves.
In retrospect, maybe putting a homeless guy with obvious mental issues and using a fake name on a pedestal wasn't the best idea.
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