Sunday, April 28, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Spring in Tompkins Square Park]

Posts on EVG this past week included...

A visit with Steven Antonelli, director of Bank Street Head Start on 5th Street (Friday)

More about the return of the 14th Street busway; 12th and 13th street bike lanes now permanent (Thursday) ... M14 mystery abounds as SBS ticket vending machines arrive (Wednesday)

A CVS is coming to the corner of Houston and Orchard in Ben Shaoul's luxury condoplex (Monday)

This week's NY See strip (Monday)

It looks as if 264 E. 7th St. won't be demolished after all (Thursday)

The SUNSHINE leaves the marquee at the former Sunshine Cinema (Tuesday)

About the NYPD cracking down on bikes without bells in Tompkins Square Park (Tuesday)

Report: First red-tailed hawk egg hatches this year in Tompkins Square Park (Tuesday)

San Loco plotting an East Village comeback? (Friday)

Explosion-site condoplex rising quickly (Friday)

An Earth Day message from East River Park (Monday)

On 9th Street, Cha-an Bonbon to serve as a to-go outpost for Cha-an Teahouse (Tuesday)

In sight: Block's Vision Care relocates inside Block Drugs next door (Tuesday)

The Tribeca Film Festival arrives in the East Village (Wednesday)

2 down, 98 to go: Work starts on the 100 Gates Project at East Village shops (Thursday)

Bright Horizons bringing child care to EVGB (Wednesday)

Reader report: About East Village Acupuncture & Massage on 2nd Street (Wednesday)

East Side Gourmet Deli has closed on 4th and B (Monday ... and Thursday)

When the door is open at the incoming H Mart (Monday)

Green days: How to become a member of the 6BC Botanical Garden (Saturday)

The line for the Jay-Z show on the first night of the Webster Hall reopening (Friday) Union Rat makes first appearance outside Webster Hall (Wednesday)

Cocoa Grinder is closed for now on 1st Street (Monday)

What the F? New subway stop arrives on 4th Street courtesy of 'Mr. Robot' (Wednesday)

And as noted on Thursday, the Wisteria vine on Stuyvesant at 10th Street is in bloom... here are more photos from yesterday...


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yay, the wisteria vine on Stuyvesant Street! I'm so glad you've acknowledged one of the most beautiful inhabitants of the EV.