43: Was Rockit Scientist Records, which
moved to St. Marks Place; also Deborah, jazzed-up comfort food
41: Sonic Groove Records is also gone.
37: Was Evergreen Video, which Time Out
called ''the go-to shop for out-of-print and hard-to-find
Hollywood classics.'' Killed by Netflix, no doubt.
House of Oldies
stocks an astounding 1 million vintage rock, soul and R&B records.
Opened 1968, this seems to be the sole survivor of what was
once a cluster of used and specialty
record stores in this neighborhood.
The Grey Dog's Coffee, neighborhood hangout
27: Society of St. Charles
Our Lady of Pompeii
25 (corner): Catholic Church with mass in Italian, built 1929.
It's named for a shrine in Pompeii, Italy, founded by a
Mother Cabrini, the first
confessed at an earlier
version of this church every Sunday. It's now
the center of the Village's remaining Italian neighborhood.