Sunday, November 26, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Sky view from 6th Street]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

The International Bar closing, merging with the Coal Yard on 1st Avenue (Tuesday) ... iBar signage arrives at the Coal Yard ahead of tomorrow's merger (Wednesday)

Tompkins Square Library hosting the East Village Arts Festival on Dec. 13 (Tuesday)

Report: Participants were paid to take part in a rally in support of 9th Street dorm project (Monday) ... Claims of paid pro-dorm supporters are 'fake news' says developer Gregg Singer (Friday)

Thanksgiving at the Bowery Mission (Wednesday)

Queens-based bakery bringing Hawaiian-inspired desserts to 9th Street (Monday)

Space Mabi is open on 1st Avenue (Friday)

A look at Orchard Street's transformation into the 1970s for Martin Scorsese's Jimmy Hoffa film (Sunday)

Topping off Thirteen East + West on 13th Street (Monday)

The Strummer days of Christmas (Tuesday)

Potted palm mystery in Tompkins Square Park (Thursday)

The 26th annual Unsilent Night returns on Dec. 17 (Tuesday)

Swiss Institute revamp now in sidewalk bridge phase (Wednesday)

A new generation for 'Blank Generation' (Saturday)

Wax on: Avänt Candle takes long-empty Avenue B storefront (Monday)

Former Caffe Bene space under renovation on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Boarding up the former Papaya King on St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Tompkins Square Bar opens at 110 Avenue A (Monday)

Miracle on Ninth Street now open for the holidays (Saturday)

Kellogg's Union Square cafe closer to snapping, crackling and popping (Friday)

...and via EdenB ... there's a homemade memorial for Lil Peep outside the now-closed Webster Hall on 11th Street ... the rapper played at the venue back in April...


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Anonymous said...

nice street tribute, RIP lil peep<3

Eden Bee said...

I loved Lil Peep haha..