Showing posts with label winter 2018. Show all posts
Showing posts with label winter 2018. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Hanging out, doing stuff

Photos in Tompkins Square Park today by Derek Berg....

It was a tough day for snowmen heads.


And where was the @NYPDTWEETTOWER during all this?????

In like a lion, out like a lion

Photo outside St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery by Lola Sāenz.

March 21

[Photo by Bobby Williams]

A few photos from today's — pick your hashtag! — #WinterStormToby #SnowDay #4Easter #Noreaster4 etc. ...

[Photo by Peter Brownscombe]

[Photo by PB]

[Reader-submitted photo of the New York Marble Cemetery]

[Reader-submitted photo of 7th and A]

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Midday snow photo break

[Click to go big]

Photo in Tompkins Square Park today by Allen Semanco...

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Only 6 months until the Fourth of July

Jan. 4 (today!) on Avenue A...

Today when it bomb cycloned

Derek Berg notes a panda in the Tompkins Square Park Dog Run...


A few post-storm rooftop scenes via Lindsay Sturm...


Lola Sāenz shares a snow-day look on First Avenue and 10th Street...


And Goggla checked in on Christo, the red-tailed hawk, who was pretty nonchalant in Tompkins Square Park...

She has more photos and video of Christo at her site here.

A video sampling is below...

A few snow scenes

EVG Bomb Cyclone Correspondent Derek Berg shared these photos of people out and about today... where some modes of transportation seem better than others...

1st look at the bomb cyclone

Well, my first look... from Seventh Street and Avenue A...

We'll continue to monitor the situation...

... and provide critical delivery updates...

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Wedneday's parting shot

EVG reader Matt Kay shared this photo ... showing an ice shelf potentially ready to break off from Fifth Street at Avenue A ...

Updated 10:30 a.m.

Several EVG readers said that they alerted the city to this frozen hydrant... and there's ice melt now on the scene (h/t skadonk!) ...

2nd Street freeze out

While not quite the extent of the World Famous Icicle Audi (see here) just yet, an apparent leaky pipe under part of Second Street is causing a frozen zone between Avenue B and Avenue C.

EVG reader Bill Buchen, who lives on the block, said that the leak/flood started on Dec 23. Residents on the block called 311. The NYPD came. ConEd came. The DEP came. Crews made repairs.

Per Bill: "It's still not fixed! Cars getting frozen in place. It's epic!"

Previously on EV Grieve:
Under watchful eye of TV news crews, the Icicle Audi is freed