Saturday, October 14, 2017

EV Grieve Etc.: The films of Stephen King; the end of Noho Star

[Photo on 2nd Avenue Tuesday by Derek Berg]

There's a benefit concert for Puerto Rico in East River Park on Oct. 22 (The Lo-Down)

"Why dirty diplomats can literally get away with murder" (The Post ... previously)

Remembering Bowery Village, a "struggling farming community" (Ephemeral New York)

Stephen King films galore! (Metrograph)

Jimmy Webb's rock 'n' roll boutique now open on the LES (official site ... read my interview with Webb here)

Gettin' Wet with Miss Guy: The Photography of Guy Furrow at Art on A through Nov. 2 (Facebook) ... and scenes from the Mike Diana closing party (Slum Goddess)

Natasha Lyonne checks out a condo above the congregation Adas Yisroel Anshe Meseritz on Sixth Street (6sqft)

The New Museum expanding on the Bowery (BoweryBoogie)

Another look at Club Cumming on Sixth Street (The New York Times)

Spotlight on Estonian Cinema (Anthology Film Archives)

East Village landlords Icon Realty close to securing $425 million loan to build two UES condo towers (The Real Deal)

The Noho Star looks to be closing (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

A "no tipping" lawsuit involves Danny Meyer and David Chang (Eater)


Anonymous said...

Is there something I should know on a new moon on Monday that has come undone on planet Earth?

Anonymous said...

@ 4:33 yes, careless memories of the late bar in rio:)