Sunday, March 24, 2019

Week in Grieview


[Not new high atop the Village East theater on 2nd Avenue]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Probation for plumber indicted in deadly 2nd Avenue gas explosion (Thursday)

Local elected officials urging the MTA/DOT to keep local service in M14 SBS plan (Friday)

A visit to Peter Jarema Funeral Home on 7th Street (Friday)

A good egg in Tompkins Square Park? Hatch watch for red-tailed hawks Amelia and Christo (Thursday)

At the 10th Annual Zoroastrian Fire Jumping event at La Plaza Cultural (Wednesday)

The mystery of Moishe's (Thursday)

Y Cafe has closed on Avenue B (Monday)

RIP East River Park (Thursday)

Kushner selling 5 East Village buildings; report cites illegal occupation in EV properties (Wednesday)

This week's NY See (Monday)

2 reports of fires (Monday)

Citi Bike unveils new valet service on St Mark's Place and 1st Avenue; more to come (Tuesday)

Renovations underway in the former Grassroots Tavern space on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Team behind the Wayland and the Wild Son eyes St. Mark's Place for 2 restaurants (Monday)

Auriga Cafe announces itself on Avenue A (Monday)

Paper Daisy debuts on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Report: No plans to remove the Michael Jackson mural from the wall on 11th Street (Tuesday)

Now the Sidewalk looks closed (Monday)

Jiang Diner coming soon to 5th Street (Wednesday)

Now-closed Classic Man Barber Lounge space for rent on 9th Street (Friday)

Village Square Pizza debuts on Avenue A (Friday)

"To all the young geniuses breaking into this building" (Tuesday)

Shibuyala softly opens on St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Comedy gold? Upright Citizens Brigade selling off contents from its former East Village theater (Thursday)

Food for thought: Milk Bar's Crack Pie is not a cute name, critic says (Wednesday)

Durden has not been open lately (Monday)

... and this scene on Seventh Street was tentatively titled "Mix-n-Match"...


[Photo by Derek Berg]

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