Sunday, February 24, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Christo hunting in the Park Friday via Bobby Williams]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

The untold tale of East Village shopkeeper Santo Mollica's comic-book past (Thursday)

After 50 years on the block, the Hells Angels appear to be selling their 3rd Street clubhouse (Friday)

The birds and the bees: Mating season commences in Tompkins Square Park for red-tailed hawks Amelia and Christo (Wednesday)

The final days of Sidewalk (Tuesday)

An evening honoring extraordinary women at Middle Collegiate Church (Saturday)

Crooked Tree closes after 20 years on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

More details emerge about the revamped Webster Hall, returning this spring with Patti Smith, Sharon Van Etten and Royal Trux (Friday)

The foot race to beat the M14 along 14th Street (Thursday)

A "new wave gay bar" for the Standard East Village (Wednesday)

C&B Cafe now part of new venture taking over the former Cafe Orlin space on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Under St. Marks won't be available for the Frigid Festival (Monday)

Plywood report: 101E2, aka 101 E. 2nd St. (Thursday)

Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices coming to 2nd Avenue in Gramercy Park (Tuesday)

Kikoo bringing all-you-can-eat sushi to the former Papa John's outpost on 1st Avenue (Wednesday)

An anniversary for McSorley's (Monday)

Report: Danny Meyer is closing Martina on 11th Street (Tuesday)

... and on Fourth Avenue, another children's kitchen closure to report...

[Photo yesterday by Derek Berg]


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