Sunday, May 5, 2019

Week in Grieview

[4th Street Food Co-op pic by riachung00]

Posts on EVG this past week included...

2nd Avenue gas-explosion defendants due back in court June 21 (Monday)

Mount Sinai Beth Israel files plan for 7-story hospital on 13th Street (Tuesday)

Anna returning to the East Village (Thursday)

Elvis has left Great Jones; 'seafood focused neighborhood restaurant' coming soon (Monday)

Developers eye air rights at Campos Plaza for long-stalled 14th Street development (Friday)

RIP Felicia Mahmood (Friday)

Confirmed: At least 2 chicks for red-tailed hawks Amelia and Christo in Tompkins Square Park (Wednesday)

The 12th Street bike lane will return (Friday)

Those sidewalk bridges around Village View will be there for at least 2 years (Tuesday)

After another seizure, Desi Galli returns to service tonight on Avenue B (Friday)

This week's NY See (Monday)

1 weekend down: L-train slowdown recap (Monday)

It's May — time for Lower East Side History Month (Wednesday)

Demolition nearing for the northeast corner of 3rd Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Egads! 7th Street Village Farm morphs into an E Smoke shop (Friday)

A visit to the Bhakti Center on 1st Avenue (Thursday)

A look at the all-new 101 E. 10th St. (Thursday)

A Town Hall to discuss the future of the neighborhood's former religious properties (Thursday)

Schmackary's bringing cookies to Cooper Square (Wednesday)

Avenue A Copy Center & Shipping Outlet has closed (Monday)

Avenida Cantina is now Eastpoint on Avenue B (Thursday)

Basics Plus apparently not closing on 3rd Avenue after all (Monday)

The Marshal takes over Bar Taco on Avenue C (Tuesday)

Workers still on the clock at 250 E. Houston St. (Monday)

New restaurant alert for the former Kambi Ramen House on 14th Street (Monday)

...and like First Avenue in previous weeks, it's now Second Avenue's turn for milling (from Third Street to 13th Street) ...

... and in the asphalt milling machine lane...

Per the weekly city schedule, work will start on the Avenue again on Tuesday.


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1 comment:

Giovanni said...

Also: There have been multiple shootings on Avenue D in the past couple of weeks, In the old days these would have been front page news and covered on every evening local newscast, but today the only way to know about local crime is to be an eyewitness, listen to police scanners, or have the Citizen app, which only posts a small fraction of the ongoing crime. One shooting was on 8th Street and D. The other was further south. And to think, this used to be such a nice safe neighborhood, back when only the Native Americans and beavers were living here.