Sunday, August 19, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Photo Wednesday in East River Park by Gregg Greenwood]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Petition asks Madison Realty Capital to waive legal fees for evicted East Village family (Wednesday)

Reader reports: An early-morning police search on 5th Street and 6th Street (Wednesday)

The conversation continues on the now-approved tech hub for 14th Street (Thursday)

This week's NY See (Thursday)

Performance Space New York unveils fall season (Wednesday)

Spend the day looking at more photos from East Village artist Carole Teller (Friday)

Sen. Hoylman speaks out against use of Monsanto's weed killer Roundup in New York (Wednesday)

Report: Canadian investor buys 62-64 3rd Ave. (Tuesday)

More bubble tea for the Bubble Tea District (aka St. Mark's Place) (Tuesday)

A new mural to mark the 30th anniversary of Basquiat's death (Sunday)

Dia bringing Roman-style pizza and coastal Italian seafood to 2nd Avenue (Thursday)

[The Hobo Line on 10th Street near 3rd Avenue]

Eat's Khao Man Gai opens on 6th Street (Thursday)

The space for rent in the former Warhol-owned building where Basquiat last lived on Great Jones (Monday)

Chinese restaurant coming to this 3rd Avenue storefront (Tuesday)

Brown out again at the Verizon building (Monday)

Did you hear the one about the comedy club opening tonight on 4th Street? (Tuesday)

Good burger: Lunch break with Iggy Pop and the Death Valley Girls (Wednesday)

Bingbox Snow Cream is moving away from 2nd Avenue (Tuesday)

Full reveal at 127 Avenue D (Thursday)

Some back rent due at ZaabVer Thai on 2nd Avenue (Monday)

Back to the blackout of 2003 (Tuesday)

You may now buy your Halloween costume this August (Monday)

... and there's a free screening tomorrow at 1 p.m. of "Desperately Seeking Susan" at the Tompkins Square Library branch on 10th Street... On Thursday, the day that Aretha Franklin died, our friend Alex pointed out this scene from the film ... featuring Madonna (who happened to turn 60 on Thursday) at Love Saves the Day (one of the buildings destroyed in the deadly March 2015 gas explosion on Second Avenue) ... and a soundtrack courtesy of Aretha ...


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