Tuesday, October 9, 2018

EVG Etc.: Restitution deadline for Croman tenants; traveler trouble on 2nd Avenue

[At the Taste of the East Village Saturday via Stacie Joy]

Brooklyn man arrested in sexual assault yesterday morning in Stuy Town elevator/stairwell (NBC 4)

Will City Council finally pass the Small Business Jobs Survival Act? (The Indypendent)

AG's office: Steve Croman tenants who are eligible for restitution from civil case have until Nov. 4 to file a claim (Curbed)

Trouble with travelers on Second Avenue (The Villager)

Details on the East Village Community Coalition fundraiser honoring James and Karla Murray (Eventbrite)

Lawsuits: Theodore Stratigos, an investor in the now-shuttered Coup on Cooper Square, sues Ravi DeRossi over charity claims (New York Post)

Police are looking for suspect who stole credit card from a building on 13th Street and First Avenue and then spent $327 at Target (Town & Village)

There is concern about the Washington Square Park red-tailed hawk nest, which is on the under-renovation Bobst Library (Roger_Paw ... with a response from NYU officials here)

More praise for the Hunan Slurp House on First Avenue (The New Yorker)

Inside the East Village apartment of Interpol's Paul Banks (The New York Times)

Highlights from the Kid Lucky fundraiser at MoRUS (Slum Goddess)

A rainy night on the Bowery in 1911 (Ephemeral New York)

The Trader Joe's on the LES opens Oct. 19 (The Lo-Down)

Jeanne Baliba retrospective continues (Film Anthology Archives)

Meanwhile at Doc Holliday's on Avenue A: "Amber Heard slow dances with mystery man after selecting music on a jukebox together" (The Daily Mail)

... and coming up on Thursday evening... The Bowery Alliance of Neighbors is presenting a film and talk — "Hyper-Gentrification in Our Vanishing City," featuring a screening of "The Vanishing City"(2009) followed by a discussion with the filmmakers and Vanishing New York author Jeremiah Moss.

This takes place Thursday evening at 6:30, Grace Church School, 46 Cooper Square (near Astor Place).

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