Sunday, June 25, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Christo feeding the rescued juvenile hawk Flatbush in Tompkins Square Park. Photo by Steven]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

San Loco closes 2nd Avenue location (Tuesday)

Report: Lease extension in the works for 14th Street Associated (Monday)

At the 2017 Drag March (Saturday)

Astor Place (Wednesday)

More about plans to add 2 levels to this possibly haunted 10th Street beauty (Tuesday)

Retail space with tragic past now on the market for the first time in decades (Wednesday)

Report: Polish G. I. Delicatessen is closing at the end of the month (Thursday)

Veteran Japanese restaurateurs bringing Dokodemo to 4th Street (Friday)

Mazmaza is the 4th restaurant to try 320 E. 6th St. since last September (Monday)

Recognizing 27 Cooper Square's role in local history (Tuesday)

1st sign of the Old Monk on Avenue B (Friday)

Out and About with Miss Joan Marie Moossy (Wednesday)

250 E. Houston is officially no longer Red Square (Tuesday)

Gelato shop opens on Avenue A (Monday ... Wednesday)

Former Kabin space on the market (again) (Thursday)

Another random fish head (Tuesday)

Loverboy bringing pizza and cocktails to 8th and C (Thursday)

Stuffed Ice Cream coming to 1st Avenue (Thursday)

Flowers for a former Juice Press on 10th Street (Wednesday)

12-story condoplex set for this corner of Bleecker and Mulberry (Friday)

... and thanks to EVG reader Cheyenne for sharing these photos of the recently-completed murals by XORS at the 12C Outdoor Art Gallery on 12th Street and Avenue C...


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1 comment:

JQ LLC said...

The Gil Scott Heron is an inspiring great one and has been there for a while. As is the Joe Strummer mural