Friday, July 21, 2017

EV Grieve Etc.: Fight for community gardens; hawks in the heat

[Photo in the NYC Marble Cemetery by Derek Berg]

Mapping all the LES developments (Curbed)

Community gardens fighting for survival against developers and the city (Commercial Observer)

LUNGS Environmental Education Project continues with its free urban nature exploration for children in neighborhood community gardens. Learn more about The Living Classroom here.

Saying farewell to the Cup & Saucer (The Lo-Down)

CB4 has joined the ranks of Manhattan community boards calling on DOT to improve safety at intersections along streets with protected bike lanes (StreetsBlog)

The red-tailed hawks in the heatwave (Laura Goggin Photography)

9 facts about Union Square (Gothamist)

City decides to fund community land trusts, including with the Cooper Square Committee (City Limits) ... reaction (City Limits)

An early look at MoMa's upcoming show, "Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983" (Blouin Artinfo)

City retail vacancies climb (The Real Deal)

Tenants of 83 and 85 Bowery protest their "slumlord," the owner of Dr. Jay's (B+B)

Happy No. 12 to Alex! (Flaming Pablum)

Sinkhole in the bike lane along the Stuyvesant Cove Park (Town & Village)

More Mondo Bava this weekend at the Quad on 13th Street (Official website)

AC/DC at the Palladium in August 1977 (Mashable)

... and if the northbound lane of the FDR at East Houston is in your weekend plans...


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