Friday, July 2, 2021

EVG Etc.: Abel Ferrara helps reopen Cinema Village; Lydia Lunch gets her due

• Remembering Mimi Stern-Wolfe, a pianist and conductor and longtime East Village resident, who died on June 21 at age 84 (The New York Times

• The Board of Elections releases (again) the first unofficial ranked-choice tally for mayor's race (Gothamist ... City Limits) Where are the absentee ballots coming from? (The City

• How the red-tailed hawks have been spending these hot summer days in Tompkins Square Park (Laura Goggin Photography)

• Abel Ferrara's Cinema Village retrospective continues through July 8 at the classic 12th Street theater — all tickets are $5 (Official Site

• Beth B's biographical documentary on Lydia Lunch, "The War is Never Over," now playing at the IFC Center (Official Site ... Beth B will be there after tonight's 7:45 screening) 

• Some history of the Petersfield at 113-119 Fourth Ave. (Off the Grid

• About the andouille-sausage corn dog at the recently opened Sidney's Five on First Avenue (Grub Street

• Behold the MTA's subway car of the not-so-distant future (amNY)

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