Friday, March 18, 2022

EVG Etc.: The continued support for Veselka; the history of The Portable Lower East Side

New art on AvenueA by Winston Tseng (background

• More on the overhwhelming support for Veselka (CBS News

• EV bars The Gray Mare, Slainté and Cooper's Craft + Cocktails are hosting happy hours in support of Ukraine today, March 18, from 4-7 p.m. (Pursuitist

• Lawsuit alleges that upstate woman was swindled out of $160,000 by psychics on Avenue A (The Post

• Kurt Hollander on publishing The Portable Lower East Side (1983-1993). Back issues are now on sale at Printed Matter on St. Mark's Place and Second Avenue (Literary Hub

• A feature on the vintage shop Cobblestones on Ninth Street (CBS 2

• Details on La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival, back next month for its 17th annual edition (The Lo-Down)

• Inside an East Village brownstone "where every floor encourages a different energy" (domino)

• A tour of the recently opened Bronx Brewery on Second Avenue (Untapped Cities ... previously on EVG

• Art by Anna Sorokin among the work featured in a group show, titled "Free Anna Delvey," at 176 Delancey St. through March 24 (The Art Newspaper ... The Daily Beast)

No comments: