Sunday, March 14, 2021

Week in Grieview

Posts this past week included (with a photo outside Cooper Union by Derek Berg...) 

• RIP Julian Baczynsky (Friday

• Appreciating the pinhole photography of late East Village resident Veronica Saddler (Wednesday

• Frank Prisinzano planning grocery concept near Lil' Frankie's on 1st Avenue (Tuesday

• Claim: The pandemic caused more bar-restaurant closings in the East Village than in any other NYC neighborhood (Wednesday

• At the Black History Bowl (Sunday

• On the Bowery: Stop Asian Hate (Saturday

• City removes tree said to have been tangled up with a sanitation truck on 1st Avenue (Thursday

• Sidewalk bridge fakeout at the beleaguered Mariana Bracetti Plaza (Wednesday

• PSA 4 providing increased security at Mariana Bracetti Plaza (Monday

• Concern for the barking dogs at 58 St. Mark's Place (Friday

• Pod dining in this week's NY See (Wednesday

• Gallery Watch heads to Public Access on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday

• Indoor dining in NYC increases to 50% on March 19; Little Poland promises to reopen (Thursday

• "Russian Doll" films on 3rd Street (Wednesday

• Anthology Film Archives will remain closed for the time being (Thursday

• New owners for Thirsty Scholar Pub on 2nd Avenue (Friday

• Phony Express returns with an "Odessa" special (Friday)

• O Ramen Dim Sum M has closed on 9th Street (Monday

• Changes: Looking for a Coinstar replacement after the Food Emporium closes this spring? (Tuesday

• Full reveal for Spike's on Avenue A (Monday

• San Francisco's Beloved Cafe ready to adore the LES (Thursday

• Incoming pizzeria check, 14th Street/Avenue A edition (Monday)

... and, to keep with a bike theme in the photos, a moment along St. Mark's Place Friday via Derek Berg...
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