Sunday, April 22, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 2nd Avenue by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Fire at 218 E. Ninth St. (Saturday)

East Village super charged in heroin overdose of tenant (Thursday)

The past and future of the Merchant's House Museum (Monday)

Props for the Skateboard Gardener of 7th Street (Wednesday)

The latest I Am a Rent-Stabilized Tenant (Friday)

1 month to the Dance Parade and DanceFest (Thursday)

The Donut Pub opening an outpost on Astor Place (Friday)

Charlie Parker Jazz Festival set for Tompkins Square Park on Aug. 26 (Thursday)

LPC chair to step down (Friday)

New restaurant plans for 304 E. 6th St. and 117 Avenue A (Monday)

Construction watch: 3 E. 3rd St. (Tuesday)

Zen Yai Pho Shop now open on 6th Street (Wednesday)

Chickpea has closed on 14th Street (Friday)

Report: Original Fuku is closing on 1st Avenue (Thursday)

Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street is waiting for spring (Thursday)

Bakeri closing at the end of the month on 6th Street (Monday)

Champion Coffee opens on 14th Street (Monday)

[Photo Friday by Pinch]

There's now a public squash court on the Lower East Side (Wednesday)

A look at "Boom For Real," Basquiat's life pre-fame (Wednesday)

Corner watch: 32 Avenue C (Wednesday)

Suffolk Arms now closed for renovations and "mechanical upgrades" (Monday)

A townhouse in a penthouse on 9th Street (Tuesday)

New building permits filed for former St. Denis Hotel property (Tuesday)

What it costs to rent the former Subway (sandwich shop) on 1st Avenue (Friday)

Former El Maguey y La Tuna space for rent on East Houston (Tuesday)

.... and the secret ingredient to the sawdust on the floor at McSorley's?


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