Sunday, April 21, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Tompkins Square Park this morning]

Posts on EVG this past week included...

Making the case for 2-way bike lanes on Avenue B (Monday)

Q&A with East Village filmmaker Michael Levine, whose documentary on Streit's airs on PBS (Thursday)

Spring comes alive on Avenue C (Tuesday)

What to expect (on paper) when the partial L-train shutdown begins April 26 (Wednesday)

Good Friday 2019: Jesus walks, falls on 3rd Street (Friday)

"It’s a Godlis World" at 72 Gallery (Thursday)

Plywood treatment for the former Foot Gear Plus on 1st Avenue as storefront renovation looms (Tuesday)

Exterior prep work underway at the soon-to-be demolished former Sunshine Cinema (Thursday)

This week's NY See (Monday)

When things got bat-shit crazy in Tompkins Square Park (Friday)

Q&A with Dan Efram, photographer behind this book of "Curiosities" (Tuesday)

A look at the all-new Houston Lafayette-Broadway corridor (Thursday)

Jebon Sushi & Noodle has closed on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

A moment on East Houston Street (Wednesday)

Edi & the Wolf closing (Thursday)

Survey: There's a lower rate of retail vacancies in landmarked areas of the East Village (Monday)

The Moxy East Village opens this fall (Wednesday)

Monday's parting rainbow shots (Monday)

Renovated small dog run reopens in Tompkins Square Park (Wednesday)

Crepes ‘n Things joins the Bowery Market (Monday)

The Starbucks on 2nd Avenue at 9th Street has closed (a day early) (Tuesday)

Atelier Sucré bringing pastry-making workshops and tastings to 7th Street (Monday)

Lift off: Jay-Z will headline the first show at the all-new Webster Hall (Monday) ... Did you get your tickets for the Jay-Z show Friday at Webster Hall? (Saturday)

Post fire, Fat Buddha remains closed on Avenue A (Monday)

At Milk Bar, a new name for the Crack Pie (Tuesday)

Wagamama clears out of the East Village (Monday)

The New Stand announces its arrival on the Bowery (Monday)

... and several readers noted this mini-bottle party on Second Avenue at Sixth Street from Thursday night/Friday morning...

[Photo by Derek Berg]


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