Sunday, November 3, 2019

Week in Grieview

[When it rained every day last week via Derek Berg]

Posts from this past week included...

RIP Susan Leelike (Wednesday)

Police say these 4 suspects beat and robbed a man for $1 on 3rd and C (Wednesday)

200 new trees will grow in the East Village (Monday)

Details on the preservation and rehabilitation of 243 affordable housing units in the East Village (Tuesday)

Photos from Halloween night along Avenue B (Friday)

After 10 days, Bertie is found alive and well on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

Pols call on Parks Department to save local community gardens at risk over new licensing agreement (Friday)

After Basquiat: the next exhibition coming to the Brant Foundation on 6th Street (Friday)

Squall Screaming, new work by peter radley (Thursday)

Have questions or concerns about the new Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital on 2nd Avenue? (Tuesday)

NYPD looking for suspect who tried to force his way into woman's apartment near 7th and A (Tuesday)

Kent takes over Vanessa's Dumpling House on 14th Street (Monday)

A Halloween-themed NY See (Thursday)

Hot Kitchen closes on 2nd Avenue (Thursday)

[A 5th Street scene via riachung00]

Joseph C. Sauer Park closed now for year-long renovation (Monday)

B Bar & Grill is still open (Tuesday)

Yakiniku West looking to reopen soon on 9th Street (Tuesday)

Looking for information on a hit-and-run (Thursday)

Your chance to own a meat grinder and commercial juicer from the former St. Mark's Market (Thursday)

The Caswell-Massey pop-up shop has officially popped up on the Bowery (Wednesday)

A look at the incoming Williamsburg Pizza on 14th Street (Monday)

The Wild Son is on the gate (Thursday)

Steamy Hallows, the Harry Potter-themed coffee shop on 6th Street, closes after Halloween (Wednesday)

So long Dean & Deluca (Monday)

Man caught with a brick in the backyard of the home linked to David Schwimmer on Sixth Street (Sunday)

Daytripper has not been open lately (Monday)

... and the new cold-weather gear has arrived at Gem Spa on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place...

[Photo by Steven]

In other merchandising news, the Strand has a new hoodie available ... and the B&H Dairy t-shirts are back in stock.


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