Wednesday, November 22, 2017
EV Grieve Etc.: Manhattan retail rents hit 17-year low; CB3 chair will step down
[Photo on Avenue A and 7th Street yesterday by Derek Berg]
Manhattan retail rents have slid into their deepest and longest slump in 17 years (The Post)
City's lead poisoning numbers in public housing may be misleading (WNYC)
As expected, Jamie Rogers to step down as Community Board 3 chair (The Lo-Down)
Mixed reaction over the pro-President Trump art at Cloister Cafe on Ninth Street (Patch)
High marks from Sietsema for Szechuan Mountain House on St. Mark's Place (Eater ... previously)
Dora goes on a hunt (Laura Goggin Photography)
A Revolutionary War hanging near the Bowery (Ephemeral New York)
An interactive map of every record store in the world (Dangerous Minds)
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre leaving longtime Chelsea home; the UCB's East Village location staying put (Chelsea Now)
Hal Hartley's first feature, "The Unbelievable Truth," screens Saturday night (Metrograph)
A look at the new Ziegzeld theater in Midtown (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)
The long history of 140-142 Second Ave. and the Ukrainian National Home (Off the Grid) And here's New Order playing here in 1981 ... (the show starts at the 3-minute mark)...
... and EdenB notes that the formerly roving horse head is now sleeping with a Buddha on Seventh Street...