Friday, September 23, 2016
Last call for the Edge, and the return of an old friend
As we first reported last month, The Edge, the 29-year-old bar at 95 E. Third St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue, is closing for good ... the bar did receive a one-month reprieve ... and those extra few weeks have come to an end: Last call for The Edge is tomorrow (Saturday) night.
"We'll just say [the landlord, Thermald Realty Associates] found an opportunity to sue us for a bunch of money that we can't pay," a bar rep told us last month.
Meanwhile, an EVG reader noted the return of a familiar vehicle on the block this week...
This appears to be one of an RVs owned by now-former EV resident Ron Britt... whose RV empire once consisted of Old Flat Top and the Free Willie Nelson.
The above RV was first spotted here back in the fall.
Posted by Grieve at 4:13 AM
Labels: Free Willie Nelson, Old Flat Top, The Edge
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About 9 p.m. Thursday night, Sept. 22, the RV's pop-out sides were extended and curtains covered the cab's windshield and side windows. Obviously, someone was spending the night inside. Could this be a possible solution to our affordable housing crisis?
I long for the return of Tiger Caddy...
That block was way better when Dancetracks was there. I'd go every week and listen to new records and pick up flyers for some local parties. A center for DJ culture and great music. Me and some friends DJ'd at Leopard Lounge, up a few blocks on 2nd, and threw house parties every so often in the EV & LES. Good times that are a distant memory.
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