Sunday, July 29, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo on St. Mark's Place by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

East Village Fruit and Vegetable is closing on Avenue B (Tuesday)

New owner in the works for Downtown Yarns (Tuesday)

Report: 14th Street busway debuts in January to prep for the upcoming L-train stoppage (Thursday)

Consider donating clothes to the Bowery Mission this summer (Friday)

At the rally outside the former P.S. 64 Friday evening (Monday)

Demolition watch: 321 E. 13th St., future home of the new Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Hospital (Wednesday)

Vegan Love arrives on 10th Street (Thursday)

A request not to leave any more bread at the Great Jones Cafe (Friday)

This week's NY See (Thursday)

It's never too early to think about Halloween this July (Monday)

Viking Waffles opens on Avenue C (Friday)

Revamped McDonald's ready to reopen on 14th Street (Thursday)

A reminder to lock your doors and windows (Tuesday)

The Moxy East Village tops out on 11th Street (Monday)

On Avenue A, Key Food deploying 12 new self-checkout machines (Tuesday)

Inkstop Tattoo has left Avenue A (Monday)

Woman crashes Porsche on East River Park bike path (Saturday)

[Urban Etiquette Sign on 3rd Street b/t A and B]

Up to 4 more retail spaces available to join Target on 14th Street (Friday)

The EVG podcast: A 'Vanishing New York' conversation with Jeremiah Moss (Friday)

This year's Summer Streets celebration includes rocks and bubbles on Astor Place (Tuesday)

Report: Madam Vo team opening Madam Vo BBQ on 2nd Avenue (Wednesday)

Tatsu Ramen debuts on 1st Avenue (Wednesday)

Remembering some disappearing storefronts courtesy of Karla and James Murray (Wednesday)

For rent on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

And among the tweets of the week...


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