Sunday, June 17, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo on St. Mark's Place yesterday by Christine Champagne]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Here's the 1st look at the new building proposed for the 2nd Avenue explosion site (Tuesday)

NYPD looking for suspect who robbed woman in 13th Street building (Thursday)

Help for Juan Carlo, the flower vendor at Bueno East Mart on Avenue A (Tuesday)

Lancelotti Housewares expands on Avenue A (Monday)

So long to the 3 rhinos (Wednesday)

NIKO East Village debuts on Avenue D and 6th Street (Wednesday)

The latest NY See (Thursday)

Mysterious 84 2nd Ave. sells again, this time for $7.8 million (Thursday)

Papilles now open on 7th Street (Thursday)

Flowers inside skateboard planter on 7th Street destroyed (Wednesday)

Tarallucci e Vino East Village reopens after a months-long renovation (Wednesday)

News roundup: Feds say that the NYCHA covered up public housing dangers for years (Monday)

More about Sauce Pizzeria, opening later this summer on 12th Street (Thursday)

A vigil for Yemen at Tompkins Square Park (Saturday)

Report: Tokyo-based yakitori restaurant with a Michelin star coming to Elizabeth Street (Wednesday)

The EVG podcast (Friday)

Blank slate at the Bowery Mural Wall (Tuesday)

Six months of inactivity at 75 1st Ave. (Tuesday)

The 7 restaurants that have closed on the Bowery in the past year (Monday)

[Mermaid Parade practice in Tompkins Square Park via Derek Berg]

Bushwick-based chef looking to bring Short Stories to the Bowery (Friday)

Wax off: Mr. Moustache has closed on 14th Street (Monday)

Silky Kitchen set for 13th Street (Monday)

About halfway there at the incoming Moxy East Village (Monday)

Blue out at former Citibank branch on Avenue A (Thursday)


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