The Day | Gavin DeGraw Still Hearts New York

lesJay Hukahori Intersection of West Broadway and Grand Street, after the storm.

Good morning, East Village.

Three weeks after his attack, Gavin DeGraw talks to AOL Music Blog about what he calls “a rumble in the Bronx but it was Manhattan.” He says, “I guess some people could walk away from [it] and could be like, ‘Forget New York, I do so much targeted toward adding to the New York scene and it didn’t love me back,’ but I really don’t have that attitude about it.”

Neighborhoodr reprints a piece in Italian Maxim featuring Marky Ramone along with Jimmy Webb and Marzio Dal Monte of Trash and Vaudeville.

Bowery Boggie has a look at the latest Chico mural, at 397 Grand Street.

Eater gets word that Andrew Pressler, previously of Williamsburg’s Fatty ‘Cue, is the new chef at hand-pulled noodle joint Hung Ry, meaning new menu items.

Sara Jenkins of Porchetta tells Gothamist that she’d like to expand the shop to Brooklyn and the Upper West Side. And after that, maybe a Lebanese falafel joint.

Correction: September 3, 2011
A previous version of the caption misidentified the flooded intersection.