Saturday, March 18, 2017

EV Grieve Etc.: Historic theater group relocating to St. Mark's; Christo & Dora prepping for more kids

[St. Patrick's Day flair on East Houston by Derek Berg]

Horrific car crash on the Williamsburg Bridge kills woman celebrating her 21st birthday; NYPD traffic agent to face DWI, vehicular homicide charges (NBC 4)

The historic Negro Ensemble Company relocating to Theatre 80 on St. Mark's Place (The Villager)

Dora lays an egg! (Laura Goggin Photography)

A suggestion for a "local priority" pass for local residents at Katz's (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

The latest MTA increase starts tomorrow (Sunday!) and affect weekly and monthly MetroCards while leaving a single ride at $2.75 (New York Post)

[Stuck truck on 6th Street yesterday via Derek Berg]

Continued efforts to save the Rivington House on the LES (The Lo-Down) ... and soil testing begins on the property (BoweryBoogie)

Reviewing the stand-up steakhouse Ikinari on 10th Street (Eater ... previously)

Man charged with beating two Columbia University graduate students at Clockwork says that he was provoked (New York Post)

Blue Bottle Coffee opens at 71 Clinton St. (DNAinfo)

On Sunday, Jimmy No. 43 on Seventh Street hosts the Chefs’ Consortium, a walk-around, buffet-style brunch (Details)

"Grace Church is one of the reasons our neighborhood remains one of the most beautiful places in New York." (Off the Grid)

Alex's NYC video grab bag (Flaming Pablum)

The surprise NYC blizzard in 1888 (Ephemeral New York)

Cinekink 2017 wraps up this weekend (Official site)

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