Sunday, August 13, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Those fake Alice Cooper eyes]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

New City Council legislation aims to protect tenants from construction as harassment (Friday)

No charges for driver who struck and killed East Village cyclist (Saturday)

LPC signs off on expansion for the Anthology Film Archives (Thursday)

A little more about Limited to One, a new collectible record store on 10th Street (Friday)

Out and About with Puma Perl (Wednesday)

The Living Gallery Outpost is a new exhibition and event space on 4th Street (Thursday)

Someone returned a book to the Tompkins Square Branch of the NYPL that was overdue by 38 years (Thursday)

Landlord and partner sues Root & Bone chefs for spending profits (Thursday)

Renderings reveal the MTA's plans for the Avenue A L station; why does everyone look so happy? (Tuesday)

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists & the Make-Up headline the Seaport Music Festival (Tuesday)

A look at 'Carole Teller’s Changing New York' (Wednesday)

New photo exhibit celebrates the neighborhood's storefronts (Thursday)

Dr Smood to call on the LES (Wednesday)

Dog Beach (Tuesday)

Cheers Cut bringing Taiwanese fast food to St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

New York Health Choice (aka Eastside Market) has gone dark for now on Avenue C (Monday)

Former Eye Beauty Spa for rent on 4th Street (Wednesday)

More legal drama with Raphael Toledano and 97 2nd Ave. (Tuesday)

Horus Kabab House airs out their sidewalk cafe on 6th Street (Monday)

Shake Shack announces itself at the Death Star (Monday)

A Starbucks sneak peek on St Mark's and Avenue A (Friday)

Turntable 5060 has been closed today for awhile (Monday)

Mayahuel has closed (Wednesday)

So long to those spiky structures outside Cooper Union (Tuesday)


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