Sunday, October 23, 2016

Week in Grieview,

[Friday in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]

The New York City Rescue Mission is in urgent need of clothing donations (Wednesday)

RIP Adrian Gilboe (Friday)

Brooklyn-based Bakeri now serving bread, croissants and coffee on Sixth Street (Tuesday)

A name change suggested for Church of the Most Holy Redeemer on Third Street (Wednesday)

At the Moxy hotel protest on 11th Street (Thursday)

122 2nd Ave., home of the Ukrainian Sports Club, being pitched for retail or a restaurant (Tuesday)

An application filed for a second newsstand on Astor Place (Thursday)

The storefront at 332 Bowery, current home of Intermix, is for lease (Tuesday)

Reader report: Tracking the source of "a mid-range whining or humming noise" on Eighth Street (Thursday)

A $19,500 rental on Avenue A (Friday)


The nail salon One Plus One has closed on First Avenue (Wednesday)

Fall (the season) on 10th Street (Tuesday)

New roll-down gate for the old Chase branch (Wednesday)

Benjamin Restaurant & Bar closes on Second Avenue in Kips Bay (Wednesday)

Timbuk2 now open on Lafayette (Tuesday)

...and after three-plus months, the Citi Bike docking station returned Friday to Second Avenue at Fourth Street...

[Photo by ‏@cecilscheib]

...and also, the Fresno II Gourmet Deli opened Friday on Avenue C at Third Street...

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