Sunday, November 17, 2019

Week in Grieview

[Fall in Tompkins Square Park via Vinny & O]

Posts this last week included...

Guilty verdicts for defendants in 2nd Avenue gas explosion trial (Friday)

A visit to the new Tompkins Square Playground featuring equipment for kids with special needs (Thursday)

At the opening day of Book Club on 3rd Street (Tuesday)

Groundbreaking today on 14-story affordable housing project on 2nd Street (Friday)

Report: Man attacked for his iPhone on 5th Street dies from his injuries (Saturday)

This unique bird made a migration pit stop on 7th Street the other day (Sunday)

The MTA closes the 2 Brooklyn-bound L-train entrances for upgrades on 14th Street at 1st Avenue (Monday)

A Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen for 1st Avenue? (Tuesday)

This week's NY See (Friday)

When the 'Fifth Street Boys' came home (Monday)

11 Avenue C now with bricks and glass (Monday)

Foxface now selling sandwiches 6 days a week with addition of Tuesday service (Tuesday)

Today's transit of Mercury from 2nd Avenue (Monday)

Odd Eye closing 5th Street shop; going online (Monday)

Very Thai has not been open lately on Avenue B (Tuesday)

2nd Street bringing second-hand clothes to Broadway (Thursday)

Nowon unveils retro signage on 6th Street (Thursday)

[Car-free Broadway yesterday ahead of a street fair]

A look at the northwest corner of 14th Street and 1st Avenue (Monday)

Yes, the Tang has closed, but something else is on the way (Wednesday)

The 4th retail space in the former Chase space on Avenue A has a new tenant (Friday)

45 E. 1st St. vacant again (Tuesday)

Renovations knock Blockheads out of commission for a few weeks on 3rd Avenue (Friday)

Former Percy's storefront gets a fresh coat of paint (Tuesday)

... and thanks to EVG reader Aaron G. for sharing this photo of a juvenile red-tailed hawk hanging out yesterday at First Park and Houston...


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