Showing posts with label Eats Village streetscenes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Eats Village streetscenes. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Thursday's parting shot

Taking the monitor for a walk today on Seventh Street. Usually this time of year the salt used to melt ice on the streets irritates the CPU.

Photo by Derek Berg...

Saturday, February 17, 2018

It's snowing a little

Photo from late this afternoon on First Avenue and Seventh Street by Derek Berg...

The National Weather Service is estimating between 4-7 inches of snow before daybreak. [Updated: So much for that accumulation.] When I was out a little earlier in the flurries some people seemed surprised by this turn of events, as if it was actually June instead of February.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Friday's parting shot

First Avenue at Sixth Street tonight... before it rained (again)...

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Today in freebies on 6th Street

A collection of Nora Ephron's writing, an unopened pack of women's briefs by Hanes and three tubes of foot and hand creme with avocado all here between Avenue A and Avenue B... photo via EVG reader Mark White...

Friday, March 24, 2017


East Fourth Street today via Derek Berg... which was reminiscent of a scene on Avenue A many posts ago...

[Photo in 2015 by Derek Berg]

City getting desperate to remove remaining snow

Please hold your booing until the end of the post.

St. Mark's Place today.

Monday, January 30, 2017


Spotted on the streets...

14th Street at First Avenue...

...the Bowery at Third Street...

10th Street near Avenue A...

Avenue B at Sixth Street...

Monday, June 20, 2016

1st night of summer, Avenue A

A video posted by EV Grieve (@evgrieve) on

You have to click on the video to start... and to stop it... or it will keep on auto playing...

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

On the aquatic paradise that is East 5th Street

[Back in October]

Back in October, EVG regular Jose Garcia told us about the arrival of a jet ski on East Fifth Street near Avenue C... which became a seemingly permanent fixture on the street.

In recent days Jose tells us that the jet ski got some company.

Per Jose:

"And [the owners] seriously and tenderly move them both as a group effort to accommodate alternate side of the street parking ... all I think about is what a marvelous time they are anticipating on the water once the weather turns. I find it fascinating and adorable."

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Despite predicament, Mickey Mouse still smiling

We spotted this tragic scene earlier this week on Avenue A at East 10th Street ... some poor child is now Mickey balloon-less...

At this point, we do not know if the balloon was lost before or after its intended destination. Perhaps an errant delivery person accidentally let go of the balloon on the way to the party ... or, after the celebration, the excited child let the balloon slip from his or her grasp... only to see it tangled above Avenue A ... slowly losing air... but Mickey, still stuck as of this morning, is managing this crisis. Still smiling.