Sunday, June 28, 2020
Week in Grieview
[Photo on Avenue A by Vinny & O]
Posts from this past week included...
• How Henry Street Settlement is helping neighbors in need during the COVID-19 crisis (Tuesday)
• East Village Postal's raffle raised more than $20,000 for BLM-related charities (Monday)
• A letter about racial profiling and harassment in a residential building on 14th Street (Tuesday)
• A masked ball: At the start of the 2020 Drag March in Tompkins Square Park (Saturday)
• A second look at Phase II dining in the East Village (Thursday) Also: Now entering Phase II (Monday)
• Checking in on Blanche’s Lucy’s Tavern (Friday)
• St. Mark's Place at 3rd Avenue promises to be a hot construction mess for the next few years (Monday)
• This week's NY See panel (Thursday)
• Fireworks-related roof fires (Sunday... Friday)
• Activity at the former Eleven Consignment Boutique (Thursday)
• Checking in on Anwar Grocery (Wednesday)
• Primary Day with Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street (Tuesday)
• Streecha Ukrainian Kitchen is open this summer (Thursday)
• Nomad, the great restaurant on 2nd Avenue that has everything but the interest of food writers (Friday) Also: Cucina Di Pesce returns as a pop up at Nomad on 2nd Avenue (Monday)
• Today is the last day for the Essex Card Shop before a move up the block (Wednesday)
• First Lamb Shabu has closed on 14th Street (Monday)
• For those who survived remote learning (Friday)
... and it was a tough night for SUVs. Aside from the parked SUV that went into the sinkhole on Second Street between Avenue A and First Avenue last night... two parked along Avenue A had their back windows smashed in...
[SUV pics by Vinny & O]
... and The Long-Lost Intern of EV Grieve points out that someone probably nabbed the last of the Cellino & Barnes ads...
[14th Street at 3rd Avenue]
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