Sunday, September 3, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Bed moving on 7th and A by Derek Berg]

Saying goodbye to Clayworks Pottery after 44 years on 9th Street (Monday)

Michael Hrynenko, Jr., awaiting trial for his role in the 2nd Avenue gas explosion, dies at 31 (Saturday)

Checking in on the Swiss Institute, coming next spring to 2nd Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Jennifer Esposito's Jennifer's Way Bakery is moving from 10th Street; destination unknown (Monday)

Summer's end: So long to the hawklets of Tompkins Square Park (Friday)

Following eviction proceedings, Steve Croman's 9300 Realty has a new office (Monday)

1st look at the condoplex coming to the site of the former beer distributor on 2nd Street (Thursday)

Scaffolding arrives as demolition nears for Mount Sinai's 13th Street residential building (Tuesday)

Jesus Saves shines again on 11th Street (Friday)

Momofuku Ko remains closed as expansion-related work continues in Extra Place (Monday)

At the Bowery Market, Parantha Alley exits, Dosa Royale enters (Tuesday)

Out and About with David Anderson (Wednesday)

Croxley Ales has closed (Wednesday)

[Not Graydon Carter or Beetlejuice on 4th Street by Derek Berg]

Tagging the cube (Thursday)

House of Physical Therapy coming to 10th Street (Wednesday)

Resobox, a Japanese cultural center, opening in the former Edge space on 3rd Street (Thursday)

Good hair day: On the Mark opens second location; Bonefade Barbers debut on Avenue A (Thursday)

A new storefront for 2nd Street (Wednesday)

The latest installment of I Am a Rent-Stabilized Tenant (Thursday)

Temporary closure at Jimmy's No. 43 may be permanent (Tuesday)

Heyday bringing facials and skin care to Lafayette Street (Tuesday)

Classic tags uncovered at under-renovation Lafayette Street building (Tuesday)

Côte opens a 'quick Côte' shop on 13th Street (Monday)

Blue Bottle now open on University Place (Friday)

... and a patriotic ride on Second Avenue yesterday via Lola Sáenz...

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