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EVG Etc.: David Wojnarowicz at the Whitney; James and Karla Murray at Seward Park



[At FishCheeks on Bond Street via Walter Wlodarczyk for NYC & Co.]

Can the neighborhood’s affordable housing co-ops survive the next big storm? (Next City)

NYCHA took six months to comply with federal lead rules (The Post)

Preview of David Wojnarowicz’s Whitney retrospective (Vulture) In conjunction with the Whitney program, NYU’s Mamdouha Bobst Gallery presents “The Unflinching Eye: The Symbols of David Wojnarowicz” tonight through Sept. 30 (Official site)

Shocker: Many New York City neighborhoods are unaffordable for renters (The Post)

30 restaurants that make up the East Village’s “booming Chinatown North” (Grub Street)

“The New York Woman” film series continues at The Quad (Official site)

James and Karla Murray’s “Mom-and-Pops of the L.E.S” opens Saturday in Seward Park (NYC Parks)


[Huetek’s Patti Smith mural on 2nd Street at 1st Avenue]

Jeremiah Moss discusses Extell’s One Manhattan Square on the Lower East Side, “the latest luxury monstrosity to vandalize our skyline and bully its way into our low-rise neighborhoods.” (Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York)

Bicycle Habitat closing Lafayette Street location after 40 years in business (BoweryBoogie)

A few screenings of Lynne Ramsey’s great “Morvern Callar” at the Metrograph (Official site)

Three decades later Jean-Luc Godard’s “The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company” makes its U.S. debut (Film Anthology Archives)

Marc H. Miller discusses his new exhibit, “Downtown Art Ephemera, 1970s-1990s,” which runs through July 25 at the James Fuentes Gallery, 55 Delancey St. (Vice)

A preview of 886 on St. Mark’s Place (Eater)

A feature on the LES-based jazz group Onyx Collective (New York)

Catch a free screening of “The Wizard of Oz” in Seward Park on July 21 (The Lo-Down)

South Florida-based Kavasutra Kava Bar, with a location on East 10th Street, slammed for Instagram post seen as transphobic and sexist (NBC MiamiSun Sentinel)

When Yul Brynner didn’t want you to litter in NYC (Flaming Pablum)

The former Tammany Hall morphing into the luxurious 44 Union Square (Commercial Observer)

…. and in case you haven’t seen the mural behind P.S. 751 on Fourth Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue… the mural was unveiled in May. However, the gates were always locked when I went by, so I never had a chance for a decent photo.

So thanks to AFineLyne for sharing these via GothamToGo

The nonprofit group, Artolution and the students at P.S. 751 and Harvey Milk High School came together to create this 160×25 mural to capture their diversity and individuality…

…and a resident misplaced a backpack with two laptops and other work-related items back on June 28… he’s hopeful that the bag, which went missing between Seventh and Ninth Street/First and Second Avenue, turns up… the Craigslist post is here


[Photo by Steven]



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