Sunday, October 27, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park today by Derek Berg]

Posts from this past week included...

Reports: 2 women kicked out of Downtime on Avenue B for confronting accused rapist Harvey Weinstein at event for artists (Thursday)

At the 29th annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade (Monday)

Pols: Fence at Joseph C. Sauer Park on 12th Street will remain at 8 feet (Monday)

Gut renovations continue at the soon-to-be-expanded 264 E. 7th St. (Thursday)

Here then, the Lower East Side Quality of Life Improvement Plan (Wednesday)

After 10 years, Luke's Lobster is closing its East Village outpost on Oct. 31 (Monday)

Seems like old times: The post-prison life of Steve Croman (Wednesday)

The Salvation Army Family Store on 4th Avenue is closing next week (Friday)

Will the new Avenue A L-train entrances open soon? (Tuesday)

A sign of love at the incoming Paloma Rocket-Carbone Pizza on 7th Street (Thursday)

This week's NY See (Thursday)

Positive signs for Gem Spa (Friday)

Afandi Grill closes on 1st Avenue (Wednesday)

Newsstand arrives on 4th Street and the Bowery (Monday)

[Early evening bat sighting in Tompkins via Steven]

Looking at the Book Club signage on 3rd Street (Tuesday)

Your AT&T store signage on 14th Street and First Avenue (Friday)

The Wild Son shapes up on 1st Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Monday)

These 5 East Village restaurants are seeing Michelin stars (Thursday)

Old Fashioned Pizza debuts on 13th Street (Wednesday)

Stormproofing watch: Haven Plaza (Tuesday)

Report: Alleged host of 7th Street sex parties arrested for a probation violation (Monday)

A look at the under-renovation Irving Plaza (Thursday)

... and a peak fall shot from along 10th Street this past week by riachung00...


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