“I went down to Alphabet City a few weekends ago, saw a guy walking with a guitar, felt like this was a bygone era.”
That may sound like the opening lines of a song — and maybe it is — but in this context, Jamie Grubb, a Springs native, was musing about the state of rock ’n’ roll music, circa 2013.
“There are no new, 25-year-old, not-so-much-money musicians moving to the East Village. It’s too expensive,” he said.
A contractor hoping to convert the second floor of his commercial building on Lumber Lane into two apartments for his sons, returned to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board on Friday with something to celebrate.