Saturday, September 4, 2021

EVG Etc.: Tracking Ida's damage in NYC; reopening weekend at Economy Candy

Sunset from Avenue A and St. Mark's Place

• Tracking the devastation Ida left behind in the NYC metro area (The City) Why was NYC unprepared? (Gothamist) A list of post-storm resources from the city (

• East Village Loves NYC is planning an emergency cooking session to provide help to those in need after the flooding (Details here and here

• New York extends eviction moratorium until January 2022 (NPR

• BP Brewer: NoHo-NoHo rezoning plan needs work (City Limits

• The East Village is said to be a popular spot for young adults moving to the city after the pandemic exodus (The Post)

• Economy Candy on Rivington Street reopens its doors to customers this weekend (The Lo-Down

• Artist William Wegman's former East Village artist's loft on Sixth Street is for sale (6sqft

• The Hester Street Fair returns this weekend in a new home at the South Street Seaport (TONY)

• Beware the Spotted Lanternfly! (Laura Goggin Photography

• Diversions: A video about NYC city planning from 1969 (Flaming Pablum

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