Friday, June 1, 2018

EVG Etc.: Monitoring the red-tailed hawk nest; remembering Stewart Lupton

[Prime corner at the former Golden Market]

NYCHA starting its crash maintenance program (The Post)

Hawk egg hatch confirmed in Tompkins Square Park (Laura Goggin Photography)

RIP Stewart Lupton, former frontman of Jonathan Fire*Eater (The Guardian)

Hotel Indigo on Ludlow Street selling for $160 million (The Real Deal ... previously)

Rooftop Films returning to the Lower East Side for several dates this summer (The Lo-Down)

"La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival" ends Sunday (Official site)

A look at NYC Pride Week events happening this month (Official site)

Now available at Brodo on First Avenue — sweet-and-savory "brothies" that "may be the next big thing in meat stock consumption" (Food and Wine)

The shrinking editorial staff at The Village Voice (The Post)

More about Con Ed's ongoing Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) remediation project in Stuy Town (Town & Village)

Reviewing the crawfish boil at Le Sia on Seventh Street (Eater)

A quick look at the old Freebeing Records at 129 Second Ave. (Flaming Pablum)

Long(er) reads: Anna Sorokin, "a con-artist who convinced New York that she was a high-rolling socialite trust-funder" (The Cut via Boing Boing)

Via the EVG inbox... Join Ukrainian Village Voices for an evening of Ukrainian and Georgian folk music on Sunday. They are celebrating the release of UVV's debut album at Saint George Academy, 215 E. Sixth St. Ticket info here.

... and this is happening Sunday evening at the Livery Gallery Outpost, 246 E. Fourth St. at Avenue B...

Sunday night!! We are incredibly excited to be hosting a NYC pop-up of @deadlypreygallery, with a remarkable collection of hand-painted Ghanaian movie posters painted by the mysterious Mr. Brew! ••••• Deadly Prey will be in Manhattan @thelivinggallery_outpost, 246 E. 4th St., June 3rd - 7th for an exhibition dedicated to Mr. Brew’s intriguing work. Opening reception: Sunday June 3rd, 6-8pm. We’ll be showcasing a selection of Brew’s hand-painted Ghanaian movie posters advertising action, horror, martial arts, Nollywood and Bollywood features. In addition, we’ll have a number of very interesting paintings with false Brew signatures on hand. If you’re in the NYC area you gotta see this!💀🔥💀 ••••• #ghanamovieposters #deadlypreygallery #movieposter #africanart #art #ghana #handpainted #handmade #painting #movie #movies #tattoo #tattoos #tattooart #nyctattoo #streetart #artoftheday #artforsale #mrbrew #nycart #artshow #nyc #popup #horrormovies #manhattan #thelivinggalleryoutpost #eastvillage

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