Sunday, November 17, 2019

EVG Etc.: the plentiful tea at Physical Graffitea; the Smoking Fox at Foxface

[Stencil art on St. Mark's Place]

• Police searching for woman who sucker punched 72-year-old woman in face near Russ & Daughters on Houston (1010 WINS)

• A feature on Physical Graffitea, Ilana Malka's shop on St. Mark's Place (Fortune)

• Upscale CBD shop coming to Orchard near Houston (Commercial Observer)

• Sietsema praises the Smoking Fox at Foxface on St. Mark's Place (Eater)

Shocker: Real estate industry and Mayor de Blasio oppose commercial rent control proposal (Gothamist)

• How the Green New Deal For Public Housing Act might impact the NYCHA (Curbed)

• About the war memorial on 7th Street (Ephemeral New York)

• Breaking down what the Times had to say about Essex Crossing (The Lo-Down)

• The David Lynch exhibit of new work, "Squeaky Flies in the Mud," continues through Dec. 21 at Sperone Westwater on the Bowery (Official site)

• A revival run of "Equation to an Unknown" — "long-lost masterpiece of hardcore gay erotic cinema" — now playing at the Anthology Film Archives on Second Street (Official site)

• Coming Nov. 21 for one-night only — the documentary "Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest" in the big auditorium at City Cinemas Village East (Official site)

• Thoughts on the new Konk retrospective (Resident Advisor)

• And Alex's thoughts on "New Rock City" (Flaming Pablum)

• A new music video via Nick Zedd (Dangerous Minds)

• Mapping where Alexander Calder spent his time in NYC, including several neighborhood addresses (Hyperallergic)

... and the Double Down Saloon's monthly rummage sale is today from 2-7 p.m. at 14 Avenue A between Houston and Second Street...

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