Sunday, April 7, 2019

Week in Grieview

[The photogenic 4th and B — back story here]

Posts on EVG this past week included...

RIP Leslie Sternbergh Alexander (Thursday)

The Hells Angels have left the East Village (Tuesday)

1 month in: Basquiat at the Brant Foundation (Friday)

A spirited sendoff for Hattie Hathaway (Wednesday)

Prepping for the Spring Awakening in the neighborhood's community gardens (Thursday)

Q&A with Jake Dobkin, co-founder of Gothamist and author of 'Ask a Native New Yorker' (Friday)

Longtime EV/LES residents Raken Leaves and Julius Klein are marking their almost "40-year interaction" with a two-person exhibition of their art work (Friday)

The building housing the former Sidewalk sells on Avenue A (Wednesday)

Sunshine Cinema-replacing office building moving forward; demolition watch back on (Wednesday)

A future look at the former 650 E. 6th St. (Thursday)

Ride on, Cowboys: Stillwater Bar & Grill closes after 15 years on 4th Street (Monday)

'Lucky 20' opens at the Theater for the New City Art Gallery (Tuesday)

This week's NY See (Monday)

CB3 wants you to attend the MTA Select Bus Service Open House (Friday)

Happy No. 18 Academy Records (Monday)

Last weekend for Jerry's New York Central on 4th Avenue (Saturday)

A reminder that H Mart is coming to 3rd Avenue (Monday)

Report: Irving Plaza closing for 8-month renovation (Wednesday)

Fare deal: The MTA's new digital payment system arrives at Astor Place (Tuesday)

Sage Kitchen opens on the Bowery (Monday)

One Manhattan Square moves to the north (Wednesday)

Blue Bottle Coffee Company coming to Astor Place (Friday)

Jiang Diner now in soft-open mode on 5th Street (Tuesday)

299 Bowery arrives on the rental market 20 months after DBGB closed (Monday)

A quick look at Webster Hall a month before it reopens (Monday)

... and here's an updated look at Webster Hall, now with the Webster Hall on the marquee...


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