Posts this past week included (with a photo from Union Square by Derek Berg) ...
• The in-person tree lighting ceremony returns to Tompkins Square Park; save the date for Dec. 12 (Wednesday)
• Shoring up the fire-damaged Middle Collegiate Church on 2nd Avenue (Monday)
• Random Accessories celebrates 25 years (Thursday)
• Dress Shoppe II will close in early January (Tuesday)
• Q&A with local band cumgirl8 (Thursday)
• Gallery Watch: 'If Death Ever Learn' at Someday Gallery (Wednesday)
• Your chance to check out Jimmy Webb's collection of iconic music photography (Tuesday)
• Someone painted 2 swastikas on the barrier surrounding the 6th Street sinkhole (Monday)
• Sidewalk bridge arrives ahead of planned demo of former Red Square storefronts (Wednesday)
• A visit to Howl! Arts/Howl! Archive on the Bowery (Friday)
• Surf's up for Patagonia on the Bowery (Monday)
• Jiang's Kitchen is in soft-open mode on St. Mark's Place (Monday)
• The Irish breakfast makes a triumphant return to St. Dymphna's (Thursday)
• Openings: Bar Lula on 1st Avenue (Thursday)
• The longest partial moon eclipse in 580 years as seen from 2nd Avenue (Friday)
• Boarding up Papaya Dog (Monday)
• A tradition like no other returns this holiday season on 9th Street (Sunday)
• Drunken Dumpling returns (Tuesday)
• Beyond Sushi will not be reopening on 14th Street (Tuesday)
• Sweet Village Marketplace opens on 1st Avenue (Sunday)
• At Key Food: Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more (Monday)
• Blank Street debuts on Avenue A today (Friday)
• A new florist for Sunny & Annie's (Monday)
... and a new mural arrived the other day on the NE corner of Sixth Street and First Avenue (outside the Dunkin') ... "Rise by lifting others" by Aída Miró ... thanks to Goggla for the photo...
Update: the alarm on the BMW outside Sophie’s at 507 E. 5th St. near Avenue A in the East Village is still going off — now 24 hours in. People egged the car, stole the NJ plates and left a passive-aggressive note. pic.twitter.com/wQcRY8oCAr— evgrieve (@evgrieve) November 15, 2021
Those car alarms are so annoying. Especially when they are going off for hours on end with no sign of the vehicle owner in sight. I called 911 and eventually the NYPD will come and issue the vehicle a summons for the alarm but other than that their is not much the police can do.
Why would anyone steal the license plates off a car? Unless the car was already stolen?
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