Sunday, September 30, 2018
Week in Grieview
[UN Week from outside the former Grassroots Tavern]
Stories posted on EVG this past week included...
Help plan a park at the DEP shaft site on 4th Street (Thursday)
Get the lead out: Tenants call for protections from lead dust during renovations (Wednesday)
A final visit to the Tuck Shop, closing after 13 years on 1st Street (Tuesday)
More trash talk about those garbage trucks parked on 10th Street (Friday)
Same Old Gallery debuts tonight on Great Jones Street with Al Diaz and SAMO© (Wednesday)
During noon rally, local elected officials will seek postponement of Boys' Club building sale (Saturday)
Handsome Dan's has closed on 1st Avenue (Tuesday)
Fables of the East Houston Reconstruction (Tuesday)
A fall day to remove the Winter Flowers from La Plaza Cultural (Sunday)
This week's NY See (Thursday)
Goodbye to Cucina Di Pesce (Monday)
What is this on 11th Street? (Tuesday)
Posthuman league: Fall season getting underway at Performance Space New York (Wednesday)
Brick Lane Curry House is now open on 2nd Avenue (Monday)
East Village residents ask Madison Realty Capital to 'See the Light' (Friday)
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones headline Tompkins Square Park (Saturday)
Meet Noodles unveiled at new-look 50 3rd Ave. (Monday)
Marshalls, now with more Marshalls signage on Houston; and so long sidewalk bridge (Friday)
Protection for pedestrians arrives at 75 1st Ave. (Monday)
All's Fair on Avenue C: Fine Fare is now a Shop Fair (Thursday)
Homeware brand Burkelman opening flagship store on the Bowery (Monday)
Report: Ben Shaoul sells Liberty Toye/Bloom 62 on Avenue B for $85 million (Tuesday)
Concern for Dojo, which has now been closed for 2 weeks (Thursday)
Countdown to grilled pizza on 5th Street (Thursday)
Maybe you'll have a Whalebone of a good time at this pop-up bar on Avenue B (Thursday)
Cabin NYC unveiled on 4th Street (Monday)
... and on Second Avenue at St. Mark's Place, an Urban Bike Etiquette Sign...
Thanks to Lola Sáenz for these two photos.
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Posted by Grieve at 2:34 PM
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The bike racks all over the city and the outer boroughs have become junkyards. Protest all you want, That art is now another bike rack.
And when are the crying Kavanaugh masks coming out??
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