Sunday, April 16, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Photo on Astor Place by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Kelly Hurley, who was struck by a box truck while biking on First Avenue at Ninth Street on April 5, died from her injuries. (Friday) Reactions to Hurley's death (Friday)

Joe and Pat’s mark their arrival on First Avenue (Wednesday)

Slashing reported outside Karma on First Avenue; bad night gets worse for victim (Wednesday)

RIP Guilherme Barreto (Wednesday)

Out and About With Elizabeth Atnafu (Wednesday)

The Irish Times Pub and Eatery NYC has plans for 10th Street and Avenue C (Wednesday)

Annual Charlie Parker Jazz Festival set for Aug. 27 in Tompkins Square Park (Monday)

Owners of Mable's Smokehouse in Williamsburg looking to bring Tex-Mex to Second Avenue (Tuesday)

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Grant Shaffer]

D.L. Cerney is now open on Ninth Street (Saturday)

Porchetta returns (for six weeks) to Seventh Street (Monday)

Former men's boutique space yields to a threading and waxing salon on Ninth Street (Wednesday)

Report: David Schwimmer looking at new East Village homes (Thursday)

Sister Midnight debuts on Avenue A (Tuesday)

History of La Plaza Cultural now on display (Thursday)

The Post reports on the "East Village crime wave" (Monday)

Cherin moving to a larger space next door on Sixth Street (Thursday)

Danny Meyer's incoming pizzeria looking for CB3 approval for a 4-table sidewalk cafe (Thursday)

Report: Alan Cumming to help revamp Eastern Bloc on Sixth Street (Tuesday)

Baron's Dim Sum slated for Sixth Street (Thursday)

Ravi DeRossi's Coup opens; profits go to organizations threatened by Trump White House (Friday)

... and new art on the gate at East Village Social on St. Mark's Place... photo by Steven... and the art is by @KwueMolly, @StarFarther and @Himbad...


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