Sunday, January 15, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo from yesterday by Derek Berg]

RIP Rita Lasar (Thursday)

East Village groups to Mayor de Blasio: Jared Kushner’s actions are not those of someone who "cares deeply about New York City" (Friday)

Community meeting set as dorm plans continue moving forward at the former PS 64 (Monday)

About Patisserie Florentine, now open on 10th Street (Tuesday)

Reader report: Concern over lax stray voltage warnings on East Village streets (Friday)

Out and About with Ali Sahin, owner of C&B Café (Wednesday)

A new community arts and performance venue on 8th Street and Avenue B (Friday)

Did Friterie Belgian Fries close on St. Mark's Place? (Thursday)

Remembering David Bowie one year after his death (Tuesday)

A great photo above Avenue A during the snowfall on Jan. 7 (Monday)

183 Avenue B, with potential to double in size, is for sale (Tuesday)

[Wrapping up a week of Ukrainian Christmas yesterday. Photo by Steven]

Meeting on Jan. 17 for shareholders living in HDFC buildings (Friday)

Water Witch Mercantile hasn't been open this year (Tuesday)

So long Citibank branch on Avenue A (Saturday)

Beyond Vape latest shop to depart St. Mark's Place (Friday)

The art of the deal at Taj Restaurant (Thursday)

New mural in the works for Houston and the Bowery (Thursday)

Make Sandwich opens on Fourth Avenue (Monday)

CB3 gives OK for East Side Tavern to take over the former Redhead space on 13th Street (Wednesday)

Two more Vietnamese food options (Wednesday)

Take heart, the Orangetheory Fitness is now open on Astor Place (Tuesday)


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I saw those Ukrainian carolers ("koliadnyky") - very cool!!!