Sunday, January 22, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 7th Street yesterday by Susan Schiffman]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Staten Island pizzeria Joe & Pat’s taking over the Lanza's space on First Avenue (Wednesday)

Out and About with Eric Rignall, owner of Inkstop Tattoo, celebrating 20 years on Avenue A (Wednesday)

At the Women's March on NYC (Saturday)

New owner of 629 E. 5th St. offers tenants incentives to move out early (Tuesday)

New map offers look at area's civil rights and social justice history (Monday)

When there was a bank building on East Houston at Avenue A (Friday)

What are those green bicycle lights on Citi Bike? (Monday)

Two units hit the market at Poppy Lofts on Avenue B (Friday)

El Sol Brillante garden members collecting funds to repair their fence (Friday)

You will still have a few more seasons to enjoy the East Houston Reconstruction Project (Thursday)

The phone books are here (Tuesday)

Former beverage distributor on Second Street demolished to make way for 8-story condoplex (Tuesday)

Secara has not been open lately on Fourth Street (Thursday)

Sandwicherie New York yumming soon in former Fresh & Co. space on 4th Avenue (Tuesday)

Spanish street artists PichiAvo will bring "Urbanmythology" to the Bowery Graffiti Wall (Thursday)

Beer & Cigars replace Massage & Bodywork on Avenue B (Tuesday)

Construction watch: 688 Broadway, aka 1 Great Jones Alley (Thursday)


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1 comment:


Wow! If only that happened every time I wished them away!