Friday, June 23, 2017

EVG Etc.: Pride March starts at Tompkins Square Park tonight; Bicycle Film Festival continues

The annual Drag March starts in Tompkins Square Park this evening (Facebook) Find more Pride activities here.

Art on A Gallery's 2nd Annual Summer Group Art Show is underway (Official site)

A member of the Hells Angels arrested for allegedly slashing a tire on a delivery vehicle double parked near the Third Street clubhouse (PIX 11)

Highlights from the Mayor's LES Town Hall (The Lo-Down)

Fire-damaged Beth Hamedrash Hagodol synagogue will likely require a full demolition; rabbi vows to rebuild (DNAinfo)

Police looking for suspect who groped woman in Stuy Town elevator (Town & Village)

East Village resident who booked a massage via was robbed and beaten instead (The Post)

Writer-blogger Jeremiah Moss, an East Village resident, unmasks himself (The New Yorker) Details on the Vanishing New York book party (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Check out Crumb's cover art for the forthcoming East River String Band album (Twitter)

More about the cream cheese shop coming to Seventh Street (Gothamist ... previously)

An interview with East Village-based singer-songwriter Fiona Silver, whose debut record is out today (East of 8th)

[Remember the Titans! Photo by Derek Berg]

The 17th annual Bicycle Film Festival continues through Sunday at the Anthology Film Archives (Official site)

Closing reception tomorrow for the 90s Group Show at Studio 26 on Third Street between Avenue A and Avenue B (@Hektad_official)

4th Annual Bedside Confessionals storytelling event is tonight at the Sixth Street Community Center (Twitter)

Birthday wishes for longtime housing activist Frances Goldin (Off the Grid)

A look at the large exhibition of work by the artist John Giorno across the city, including Howl! Happening on First Street (artNEWS)

Diversions: Were the Troggs the very first punk band? (Dangerous Minds)

...and here's a clip from earlier this week showing Ranger Rob lending a hand to Flatbush, the new red-tailed juvenile in Tompkins Square Park...

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