Monday, August 6, 2018

EVG Etc.: More L-train shutdown talk; high praise for Bali Kitchen on 4th Street

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park yesterday by Derek Berg]

Tonight: MTA hosting public meeting on environmental impact of the L-train shutdown (WNYC)

A visit to Bali Kitchen on Fourth Street. "It’s a boon not only to the neighborhood, but to a city that, despite its wide-ranging dining options, only has about a dozen or so restaurants devoted to Indonesian cuisine." (The Village Voice)

CNN will air the remaining "Parts Unknown" episodes this fall, including the one Anthony Bourdain filmed in the East Village and Lower East Side (Los Angeles Times... previously)

Mighty Quinn's BBQ, which opened on 2nd Avenue and 6th Street in 2013, launching franchise opportunities to take brand nationwide (QSR — H/T Eater)

City cooling centers are open (

Former East Village chef busted again for exposing himself to a subway rider (The Post)

Ghost signage on the Bowery (Ephemeral New York)

Screenings of Dennis Hopper's fever-dream "The Last Movie" from 1971 — also in a new digital restoration (Metrogaph ... "one of the great lost films of the 1970s")

...and tomorrow, East Village-based singer-songwriter Riley Pinkerton releases her debut full-length album, "Nothing Ever Is." She and her band are playing a record-release party at the Mercury Lounge tomorrow night with Mother Feather...

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