Sunday, April 8, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 9th Street from Thursday by Michael Rosenthal]

Report: 2nd Avenue gas explosion trial to start in September (Monday)

In memory of Kelly Hurley (Thursday)

Jane's Exchange closing this summer on 3rd Street; owners looking for a buyer (Wednesday)

Go on a tour of the East Village tour in 1985 (Thursday)

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

The 31st annual Loisaida Festival is May 27 (Thursday)

7-story residential building planned for former Blue Man Group facilities on 3rd Street (Tuesday)

The Post looks at the Night Mayor's fines as an East Village bar owner (Wednesday)

RIP Gino DiGirolamo (Monday)

[Photo outside Royal Tailor Shop by Dan Scheffey]

'Heeere's Kubrick' at the City Cinemas Village East (Monday)

Full reveal at Thirteen East (Tuesday)

Bubbleology Tea seeking full liquor license for the former International space on 1st Avenue (Tuesday)

Groups file lawsuit ahead of the L-train shutdown (Thursday)

Matthew Kenney bringing yet another plant-based restaurant to 2nd Avenue (Wednesday)

Coney Island Baby opens on April 26 with Murphy's Law (Tuesday)

What you are missing if you went away on Spring Break this week (Monday)

Shi Miaodao Yunnan Rice Noodle opening in the former Mark Burger space on St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Red-tailed hawk week in review: Easter in the nest (Sunday) hawk fight (Monday) Dora re-injures her wing (Wednesday) Dora won't be returning to Tompkins Square Park for awhile (Sunday)

Checking in on 886, opening later this month on St. Mark's Place (Monday)

The historic 137 2nd Ave. — the former Stuyvesant Polyclinic — is for lease (Thursday)

Gothamist turns to Kickstarter to speed up its return (Wednesday)

Flashback Friday: Anthony Bourdain and Nick Tosches at Sophie's (Friday)

The Two Boots on Nassau Street no longer appears to be happening (Thursday)

... and this past week, 212 Arts left Fourth Street near Avenue B for a larger space on 12th Street between Avenue A and Avenue B...

Check out their website for current and upcoming exhibits.

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