Saturday, October 17, 2020

EVG Etc.: Kim Gordon's new book; Luc Sante's East Village tour

An inside look at Rosella, now serving sushi on Avenue A (Eater ... previously on EVG)

NYC restaurants OK'd to use outdoor heaters this winter (Gothamist)

An interview with  Chloë Sevigny outside B&H Dairy (The New Yorker)

Not sure why, but Fat Buddha is currently without a liquor license (Instagram

Syringe-wielding man robs the Marhsalls on East Houston (BB)

Kim Gordon on her visual memoir "No Icon" (The Cut)

A look at "Wojnarowicz: F*** You F****t F***er," which pays homage to David Wojnarowicz (IndieWire)

Looking back at the last show — Patti Smith! — at CBGB (Far Out)

Keep Cozy Soup N Burger in your diner plans on Broadway at Astor Place (Instagram)

Diversions: An interview with the people who bought the diner from "Twin Peaks" (Grub Street)

And the story many people have been talking about in recent days: author Luc Sante's historical tour of the East Village (The New York Times)

We appreciated Sante's use of the Death Star in the interview to describe 51 Astor Place. And look who we roused!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fat Buddha in Manhattan, where NYPD and state authorities say they "observed over twenty patrons standing, congregating and drinking directly in front of the business without facial coverings well past the 11 p.m. NYC curfew for outside dining." Investigators also spotted people leaving and entering the restaurant with open containers of alcohol.