Sunday, February 3, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Wednesday's squall from 2nd Avenue and St. Mark's Place]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

RIP Brian Butterick/Hattie Hathaway (Friday)

St. Mark's is deader: St. Mark's Comics is closing after 36 years (Tuesday)

Longtime East Village residents open Foxface, now serving sandwiches at Theater 80 (Thursday)

Looks like there's a Trader Joe's coming to 432-438 E. 14th St. after all (Friday) ... Trader Joe's will end home delivery in Manhattan on March 1 (Wednesday)

A waste of space: 10th Street still waiting for the garbage trucks to move on (Thursday)

Happy No. 20 to Lavagna! (Friday)

Commodities is under new ownership on 1st Avenue (Tuesday)

Ravi DeRossi plans vegan diner in former Bar Virage space (Monday)

Plywood arrives on 7th Street and 2nd Avenue; excavation expected in 2 weeks (Wednesday)

Concern again for Punjabi Grocery & Deli on 1st Street (Tuesday)

Headed south: Mr. White has apparently closed on St. Mark's Place (Monday)

La Plaza's temporary closure for new fencing postponed; farewell to the Winter Flowers (Monday)

Momentary afternoon whiteout in Tompkins Square Park (Wednesday)

Eating in the East Village via Eater (Thursday)

Mi Casa Latina debuts on 14th Street (Monday)

Spicy Moon brings vegetarian szechuan to 6th Street (Monday)

Wara looks to open in early February on 1st Avenue (Tuesday)

Former Kingsley space now for rent (Monday)


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