Wednesday, May 1, 2019

EVG Etc.: Homeless in NYC shelters hits record high; lead dust issues persist

[Vinny & O check out the newly paved 1st Avenue]

Coalition For The Homeless gives failing grades to city, state government, says shelter population will grow by 5,000 by 2022 (CBS2 ... amNY)

Another East Village building, at 332 E. Fourth St., found to have elevated lead levels during renovations (Curbed)

Commuter says riding the M14D "is a dehumanizing disaster" (Streetsblog)

About the DOB's Quality of Life unit (Town & Village)

Renovations afoot for the Bijou, "one of the East Village’s best-kept secrets until it closed a week ago" (B+B)

Highlights from the May CB3 calendar (The Lo-Down)

Sutton not impress by the grilled pizza at Violet (Eater)

Alex checks out the Museum of Art & Design’s “Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die” retrospective of punk graphics (Flaming Pablum)

Another look at Cha-An Bonbon, opening today on Ninth Street (Gothamist... previously on EVG)

Random recommendation: Bi Gan's "Long Day’s Journey Into Night" at the Metrograph (Official site)

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