The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

25 August 2014


GVSHP and Greenwich
Village Stories on PBS'

Catch Up on Summer
Reading with GVSHP's Blog, Off the Grid

Latest Videos from GVSHP

You Like Us (on Facebook)!

GVSHP and Greenwich Village Stories on PBS' MetroFocus

GVSHP and our new book, Greenwich Village Stories: A Collection of Memories, will be featured on this week's MetroFocus on PBS with host Rafael Pi Roman. Greenwich Village Stories is a love letter to Greenwich Village written by sixty-six artists, poets, playwrights, musicians, restaurateurs, and other neighborhood habitu├ęs, from Lou Reed to Andrew Solomon, Patricia Clarkson to Penny Arcade, who each share a favorite memory of this beloved place, illustrated with paintings and photographs by Milton Avery, Saul Leiter, Berenice Abbott, and Wegee, among many others. Read more about Greenwich Village Stories or purchase a copy here -- all proceeds support the education and advocacy work of GVSHP.
We're honored to be featured on MetroFocus, a multi-platform news magazine focusing on culture, government and politics, the economy, urban development and other news in the New York region. Watch a preview of the episode here. The show will air this Wednesday August 27th at 7:30 pm on WLIW21, this Thursday August 28th at 8:30 pm on Thirteen, and later that night at 10:30 pm on NJTV. The show can also be viewed on-line starting this Wednesday afternoon here.

Catch Up on Summer Reading with GVSHP's Blog, Off the Grid

GVSHP's blog Off the Grid is visited by nearly 100,000 people each year, and receives over 135,000 pageviews. View it here. Have you been keeping up?


Catch up with some of our latest posts, including:

You can search the blog by neighborhood -- East Village, Gansevoort Market, NoHo, South Village, Hudson Square, and the West Village -- as well as a variety of timely and historic topics. GVSHP's blog is updated daily -- to keep up, visit Off the Grid, or subscribe.

Latest Videos from GVSHP

Want to catch up on a little summer viewing too? GVSHP regularly updates its YouTube page with videos of our most recent programs, as well as the latest public hearings by the Landmarks Preservation Commission and other public agencies on preservation and development issues in Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo.
Recently added videos include GVSHP Exec. Dir. Andrew Berman's recent presentation on the state of preservation in our neighborhoods Looking Back and Looking Ahead; GVSHP's Panel Discussion Historic Preservation: Meet Restaurant Preservation; our lecture/book talk Edna St. Vincent Millay: From City Lights to Simple Stone; and our talk Fighting Westway: Environmental Law, Citizen Activism, and the Regulatory War that Transformed New York City. We've also included videos of the Landmarks Preservation Commission's recent public hearings and meetings on 9-19 Ninth Avenue (Pastis Building); a planned new NYU building at 383 Lafayette Street; proposed changes to 277 West 10th Street; and 24 Fifth Avenue, among others.

Visit our YouTube page to see all of these videos here, or subscribe to our YouTube page here for notifications when new videos are added.

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GVSHP's Facebook page just surpassed 3,000 likes, making it one the newest but also one of the most popular facebook pages of any preservation organization in New York!  
Liking us on facebook is a great way to keep up with what's going on at GVSHP and in the neighborhood -- upcoming events, important advocacy issues, news about beloved neighborhood figures and businesses, and how you can find out more. It also helps give you a way to spread the word about the great work GVSHP is doing, how you and friends and family can utilize the resources we offer, and how to get involved in the fight to preserve and protect our neighborhood.

If you haven't already, please visit our facebook page here. And if you like what you see or what we do, like us!

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