Sunday, September 9, 2018

Week in Grieview

[4th and A the other day]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Jimmy Carbone is on the mend (Friday)

Report: Developer Gregg Singer says Mayor de Blasio lied about city's P.S. 64 outreach (Wednesday)

RIP Kenny Shopsin (Tuesday)

Last weekend for Matcha Cafe Wabi on 4th Street (Saturday)

On 6th Street, the Brant Foundation's inaugural exhibit will feature the work of Basquiat (Friday)

This week's NY See (Thursday)

Brick Lane Curry House closes ahead of move down the block (Tuesday)

Time for the new clock faces at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery (Tuesday)

Hardware store replacing hardware store on 4th Avenue (Friday)

Emmy Squared's owners are bringing grilled pizza to the former GG's space on 5th Street (Thursday)

Free things to do at the Tompkins Square Library branch in September (Monday)

Porto Rico Importing Co. reopens after 2-week rehab on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Openings: Pizza Rollio on 9th Street; Afandi Grill on 1st Avenue (Wednesday)

Möge Tee bringing bubble tea and other teas to Cooper Square (Tuesday)

Gotham Pizza looks closed (Thursday)

Who let the dogs in: Expanded Boris & Horton debuts on Avenue A (Monday)

Rite Aid signage arrives at the Niko East Village on Avenue D (Tuesday)

A free buffet for voters at 99 Favor Taste on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Weekend hunting trip with the juvenile red-tailed hawk in Tompkins Square Park (Monday)

The Squirrel Whisperer (Monday)

The Detox Market now open on East Houston (Thursday)

StuyFitness shaping up on 14th Street (Tuesday)

... from the Citizen app this weekend...

... and this sounds better at 3 a.m. ...


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