Sunday, November 18, 2018

Week in Grieview

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

That 40s show: Get lost in the NYC Municipal Archives's online collection (Monday)

Prime cut: Documentary offers a day in the life of Michael Saviello, longtime manager of the iconic Astor Place Hairstylists (Wednesday)

A visit to Bali Kitchen on 4th Street (Friday)

What's next for 131 1st Ave., the former Foot Gear Plus space? (Thursday)

The boutique office building replacing the Sunshine Cinema will be 'unbounded by walls' with an outdoor space called Houston Alley (Thursday)

The 30th annual New York Cares coat drive is underway (Friday)

[Photo Thursday night by Derek Berg]

It snowed (Thursday) ... and there were many downed limbs (Thursday ... Friday)

More signs of the 14th Street SBS lanes (Tuesday)

This week's NY See panel (Friday)

False alarms: A moment of panic yesterday afternoon on 3rd Avenue (Monday)

Ray gets to see Ray's Candy Store on 'Parts Unknown' (Monday)

That's a wrap for Yonekichi's rice burger spot on 9th Street (Wednesday)

The Wineshop is closing on 9th Street (Wednesday)

Coming soon: Mi Casa Latina on 14th Street (Tuesday)

20 Avenue A is now 3 storefronts (Tuesday)

Future You Café debuts on 7th Street (Thursday)

Jump drama on 9th Street (Monday)

Empire Gyro announces itself on Allen and Houston (Tuesday)

56 E. 1st St. is for sale (Thursday)

Greekito tragedy: The back rent is due at this 12th Street cafe (Wednesday)

A full First Lamb Shabu reveal (Tuesday)

MTA Chairman Joe Lhota resigns; Twitter responds (Monday)

So long to the 13th Step signage (Friday)

... and disposing a refrigerator on St. Mark's Place is always a good idea...


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