Thursday, September 13, 2018

EVG Etc.: Hanoi House lawsuit; Second Avenue Deli sign discovery

[New signage for Search & Destroy on St. Mark's Place]

NYCHA deal for market-rate housing on public properties still hasn't closed after 28 months (Daily News)

Prune's Gabrielle Hamilton no longer teaming up to run Spotted Pig, where co-owner Ken Friedman has been accused of sexually assaulting and harassing dozens of women (Eater NY... Eater National ... Grub Street)

Details of the ugly lawsuit involving the owners and former chef of Hanoi House on St. Mark's Place (The Post)

Painter finds old Second Avenue Deli sign in workshop space on 10th Street (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Target plans to hire 6,500 seasonal workers in NYC (Patch)

The plan to rezone Noho and Soho (Crain's)

Some Grand Street sign history (Ephemeral New York)

John and Yoko's "Imagine" screens Monday night at City Cinemas Village East (Official site)

"The Public Image Is Rotten" — the Public Image, Ltd. documentary — opens tonight at the Metrograph (Official site)


And an EVG reader reports that this cat wandered into her apartment building on 10th Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue last night... no collar. Per the resident, the cat is "clearly domesticated. We are unsure whether it’s lost or abandoned."


JQ LLC said...

Fascinating story about the city's rancid deal with developers. And because of this, NYCHA is pulling Kushner and Croman like stunts with the broken elevators and locks in order to drive the tenants out.

srrios405 said...

Is it the bodega cat from 10th and C?