Friday, October 14, 2016
EV Grieve Etc.: Honk tomorrow in Tompkins Square Park; 'Halloween' midnight at the Sunshine
[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]
Check out the schedule for "HONK for More Gardens!," happening tomorrow in local community gardens ... then 3-6 p.m. in Tompkins Square Park (Official Facebook event page)
A review of iO Tillett Wright’s debut memoir, "Darling Days," about growing up in the East Village in the 1980s (The New York Times)
Tim Lawrence on his new book, "Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor: 1980-1983" (The Wall Street Journal, subscription required)
Man picked up on 6th Street and Avenue D reportedly leaves gun stolen from a South Carolina police department in back seat of cab (DNAinfo)
More about Carmen’s Community Garden on Avenue C (Off the Grid ... previously)
[At East Village Hats on 7th Street via Derek Berg]
Children's Museum nixes move to Essex Crossing (Crain's)
Thoughts on the new Astor Place (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
The campaign for "In Case of Shooting" posters seen in EV stores (Campaign US)
Actress Cynthia Nixon buys East Village co-op (Curbed)
Hansky talks about his new VR exhibit opening tonight on Grand Street (The Lo-Down)
The original "Halloween" plays midnight at the Sunshine this weekend (Official site)
"Ramones Way" Street renaming set for Oct. 30 in Queens (DNAinfo)
Bird watching in the city (Laura Goggin Photography)
And on that topic, EVG reader Michael had a visitor in Stuy Town yesterday — a peregrine falcon...
Posted by Grieve at 10:30 AM
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That falcon photo is so cool!
That peregrine is a sign of good fortune. Amazing how nature can find a niche.
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