Sunday, October 31, 2021

Week in Grieview

Posts this past week included (with a photo on St. Mark's Place by Derek Berg) ...

• Southern section of East River Park to mostly close on Nov. 21 as resiliency work begins (Monday

• A ghost bike for Borkot Ullah on Avenue B (Wednesday

• A campaign to co-name St. Mark's Place and 2nd Avenue 'Club 57 Way' (Wednesday

• At the 31st Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade (Tuesday

• Could drink and draws be the new neighborhood draw? (Thursday

• The latest future development clue from along 250 E. Houston St. (Monday)

• Gallery Watch: 'The Marble Mouth Oracle' at Below Grand (Wednesday)

• Caravan of Dreams turns 30 (Thursday

• A look at the menu for the incoming Sweet Village Marketplace, opening soon on 1st Avenue (Thursday

 • Vegan Grill coming soon to 58 St. Mark's Place (Thursday

• The all-new 21-23 Avenue B comes into view with 2 extra floors (Tuesday

• Signs of life (again) at the former Benny's Burritos on Avenue A (Tuesday

• Blank Street debuts on the Bowery (Monday

• 14th Street outpost of Bagel Boss likely closed through the end of the year (Wednesday)

• Taking a look at the NW corner of 14th Street and 1st Avenue (Tuesday

• Joey Bats CafĂ© offering a sneak preview outside new Avenue B home (Monday

• Openings: Beard Papa's on St. Mark's Place (Thursday

• La Colombe taking over the Allegro Coffee Roasters space at Whole Foods Market® Bowery (Thursday

• Report: Mermaid Inn to return to 2nd Avenue in 2022 (Wednesday

... and there was a report of a car fire on Fourth Street west of Avenue D early this morning (4-5) ... EVG reader Jonathan Calvenna shared this photo... no word on how it started... the FDNY was on the scene for close to an hour, we're told...

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