Sunday, April 15, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 4th and B via Vinny & O]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

RIP Anthony Pisano (Wednesday)

New-look Alphabet Scoop reopens (Friday)

CB3 to hear request of support for low-income housing at former 2nd Avenue church site (Monday)

Concern again for Merchant's House Museum as developer moves forward with hotel next door (Tuesday)

Paradiso has closed on Avenue B (Wednesday)

Construction watch: 298 E. 2nd St. (Thursday)

A call to help preserve Theatre 80 on St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Scumbags & Superstars closing this month on Clinton Street (Monday)

Beijing-based hot pot chain taking over the former Dunkin' Donuts storefront on 14th Street (Monday)

A look at the other OTHER hawk in Christo's life (Tuesday)

Soft openings on 12th and 2nd: Lumos Kitchen and Dunhuang East Village (Monday)

Karma Books now open on 3rd Street (Wednesday)

Suffolk Arms has not been open lately (Monday)

First Avenue fruit vendors return (Friday)

Team behind West Village wine bar Entwine eyeing former Golden Market space (Thursday)

A warning about off-leash dogs in Tompkins Square Park (Thursday, 28 comments)

More about Bubbleology Tea, possibly coming soon to 1st Avenue (Tuesday)

New locations for OddFellows and Morgenstern's (Wednesday)

On the David Bowery (Thursday)

... and this past week, someone placed this memorial outside the now-closed Webster Hall on 11th Street in honor of DJ Jess (aka Jess Marquis aka Jesse Immler), a house DJ and party promoter at the venue... he died on April 9, 2015. (The cause of death was not made public.)


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1 comment:

JQ LLC said...

I must disagree with Nietzche here. The reasons being Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons, Maroon 5, Chainsmokers, Taylor Swift and all the slutty girl banshee singers.