Sunday, October 22, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Spiderman is a father? Tompkins Square Park pic by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Report of a shooting on 11th and C (Monday)

Rent-regulated tenants facing hellish conditions at 192-194 1st Ave. (Thursday)

The HiFi Bar, home of NYC's best jukebox, is closing at the end of the month (Thursday)

Unique 4th Street church on the market for development (Monday)

Out and About with Jay Yang, owner of The China Star on First Avenue (Wednesday)

Cafe Orlin signs off (Monday)

A look at the former P.S. 64 (Tuesday)

Mayor vows to crack down on e-bikes (Friday, 39 comments)

Broadway buildings draw support for landmark designation (Friday)

Tea Dealers opening soon on Avenue B (Monday)

Corner space at 118 1st Ave. for rent (Monday)

Hotel Tortuga, under new management, will reopen soon still as Hotel Tortuga (Tuesday)

Rumor: Former Polish G. I. Delicatessen to become an outpost of Shawarma House (Thursday)

Chong Qing Xiao Mian coming to 2nd Avenue (Wednesday)

Harry and Ida's Meat & Supply Co. freed from Steiner East Village sidewalk shed after 19 months (Thursday)

... and the rest of Steiner East Village is now sidewalk-bridge free here on Avenue A between 11th Street and 12th Street (h/t Vinny & O)...

Repainting the 2nd Avenue bike lane (Tuesday)

Report: Crime spree features suspects being friendly with their drunken victims (Thursday)

Efforts continue to rename the Williamsburg Bridge after jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins (Wednesday)

Pouring one out for the former Pourhouse! (Monday)

... and La Sirena Mexican Folk Art celebrated its 18th anniversary yesterday on Third Street between Second Avenue and the Bowery (read the EVG interview with owner Dina Leor here)...

[Photo by Lola Sáenz]


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John Jonah Jameson said...

But who's the mom, Mary Jane or Gwen?
The Daily Bugle wants to know

La Sirena Mexican folk art said...

Gracias EV Grieve for keeping it real, then and now !!
y Lola Sáenz for the great fotos !