Sunday, January 16, 2022

Week in Grieview

Posts this past week included (with a photo of a large mulch mound in Tompkins Square Park by Steven) ...

 • Fire destroys Essex Card Shop on Avenue A (Monday) ... Scenes from the fire at 47 Avenue A (Monday) ... Information about a crowdfunding campaign to help the fire-damaged Essex Card Shop (Tuesday) ... Assessing the fire damage at Essex Card Shop (Thursday

• Exit9 reopens on Avenue A after fire next door (Thursday) ... Downtown Yarns hopes to reopen in a week (Thursday)

• The March Hare is closing so the owners can focus on health and family (Friday)

• Man shot and killed in shooting inside the Lillian Wald Houses Saturday (Saturday

• Sunny's Florist closed until early March (Monday

• Lights out: Bulb Concepts has closed on 7th Street (Wednesday

• Key Food is no longer open 24/7 (Wednesday

• Gallery Watch checks out a new show at The Hole on Walker Street (Saturday

• A call to revamp ABC Playground at P.S. 20 on Houston and Essex (Wednesday

• Irving Farm New York is opening an outpost on 10th Street (Monday

• Solving the Great Santa Claus Mystery of Tompkins Square Park (Wednesday

• City finally repairing 6th Street sinkhole (Friday

• Another day, another smoke shop reveal in the East Village (Wednesday

• Signage alert on the SW corner of Avenue A and 6th Street (Friday

• Chip, chip hooray! Video highlights from MulchFest 2022 (Tuesday

• LES Convenience is coming soon for your convenience on Avenue A (Monday

• Abandoned curbside dining structures attracting more attention on the NE corner of 6th and A (Monday)

As a follow-up to this Friday evening parting shot, in which two local college students tried to remove a Pete Davidson/Rowing Blazers wheatpaste ad on St. Mark's Place...  they shared a photo from their dorm room with Lola Sáenz showing how they fared...
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