Sunday, February 7, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Photo Wednesday p.m. via the EVG Instagram]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

An 83rd birthday celebration for Ray at Ray's Candy Store (Monday)

1983 to 2016: An East Village blizzard then and now photo essay (Friday)

Douglas Steiner's church-replacing condos emerge from the pit; plus new renderings (Wednesday)

Empire Biscuit is taking a sabbatical for the month of February; will retool for the apocalypse (Monday)

Out and About with Niall Grant, owner of the Tuck Shop (Wednesday)

The Alchemist's Kitchen takes over the short-lived NatureEs space on East First Street (Monday)

With CleaNYC, Mayor de Blasio declares war on litter, graffiti (Wednesday)

Northern Spy closes for good on Feb. 17 (Thursday)

Police looking for suspect in a string of area armed robberies (Monday)

NY Village Deli reopens in new First Avenue home (Tuesday)

Blythe Anne’s (the former Lula’s Sweet Apothecary) has closed on East Sixth Street (Tuesday)

Rumors: 348 Bowery will house new food market (Monday)

Ninth Ward closes for good on Feb. 14 (Thursday)

Updated: Ballaro has closed on Second Avenue (Friday)

An incentive to spend some time on East Ninth Street this month (Friday)

Cafecito has closed on Avenue C (Monday)

Take a look at the inside of Ben Shaoul's condos at 100 Avenue A (Thursday)

332 E. Sixth St. is for sale — air rights too (Thursday)

The Subway (sandwich shop) has closed on Fourth Avenue and East 12th Street (Tuesday)

The Marshal seizes Tut on East Third Street (Monday)

The former Poppy's Gourmet Corner is for rent (Wednesday)

If you are looking for Smoke & Beer on Avenue A, then this store is for you (Tuesday)

Bago hasn't been open recently on First Avenue (Tuesday)

A look at the residences coming to Thirteen East + West on East 13th Street (Wednesday)

The Baker's Pizza signage is up on Avenue A (Monday)

Mumbles has closed on Third Avenue (Wednesday)

NYPD makes real arrest while 'Law & Order' is filming nearby on Avenue A (Tuesday)

...and as a reminder, please do not recycle your holiday trees on a bicycle...

[Photo on East 7th Street by Derek Berg]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love that photo. It should be submitted into a contest. Artistic and moody.