Sunday, January 29, 2017

Week in Grieview

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

At Ray's 84th birthday celebration at Ray's Candy Store (Tuesday)

Astor Plate coming to Astor Place (Friday)

Chester Kawalec, longtime grill man at the Stage, has died (Thursday)

Pourt softly opens on Cooper Square (Monday)

Office space on St. Mark's Place back on the market and still ghost free (Friday)

Last look at the old Lanza's (Thursday)

An Obama tribute on Bond (Thursday)

Developers pitching the city for 4 more floors at former Peter Stuyvesant Post Office (Monday)

A winterized Bowery Market, now down to 3 vendors (Tuesday)

Checking in on 'Urbanmythology' on the Houston/Bowery Mural Wall (Thursday)

Sushi and pizza coming soon to the Bowery (Wednesday)

MTA announces public workshops to discuss the upcoming (2019!) L train shutdown (Wednesday)

Malcriada, a Latin gastropub, opens on Super Bowl Sunday (Wednesday)

114 E. 7th St. sells for $13.8 million (Wednesday)

No Malice Palace remains closed for now after the death of its owner (Monday)

I love you to gigabits: Pop the question, see your names on a LinkNYC kiosk (Tuesday)

Construction watch: 127 Avenue D (Tuesday)

For rent signage arrives at the former Sigmund Pretzel Shop space on Avenue B (Monday)


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