Saturday, October 30, 2021

EVG Etc.: Van Leeuwen's cashless ban fine; Halloween Adventure's last Halloween?

Photo on 3rd Street by Stacie Joy 

• Police looking for a suspect who robbed an 80-year-old man with a box cutter in an elevator on 12th and C (ABC-7

• Van Leeuwen fined for violating NYC's cashless ban (Eater

• About the five potential amendments to the State Constitution that are on the ballot this election (The New York Times

• NY Laundry service workers looking for the industry to clean up its act (The Indypendent

• A new report from the Department of Transportation reveals that a new bike lane — whether protected or simply painted — decreases the risk of cyclist injury by 32 to 34 percent (Streetsblog

• Bike parking shortage has remained a persistent problem in NYC; city adding 10,000 bike racks to the streets (The City

• A last holiday look (possibly!) at Halloween Adventure on Fourth Avenue (Gothamist ... previously on EVG

• Halloween at the Merchant’s House Museum on Fourth Street (PIX11

• More about CafĂ© de L’Enfer on Avenue A (Time Out ... first on EVG here

• A look inside Susan Alexandra's new bead emporium on Orchard Street (Vogue

• Verizon moving workers to space in Essex Crossing (The Real Deal

... and the coming-soon signage is up for the Le Colombe outpost at Whole Foods Market® Bowery ...

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