Bob Arihood of Neither More Nor Less Dies (RIP)

Posted on: October 1st, 2011 at 2:35 pm by

It’s a somber afternoon.  EV Grieve is reporting that longtime neighborhood documentarian Bob Arihood of Neither More Nor Less has passed away.  Word circulating right now indicates that Arihood suffered an apparrent heart attack in his East Fourth Street apartment.

[Photo Credit: East Village Corner]

This is a huge loss for the East Village, as Bob Arihood was oftentimes the first on the scene to report what the mainstream media doesn’t.  He chronicled the list of neighborhood characters, street fights, and was a huge champion of Ray and his eponymous Candy Store.

Bob Arihood was an inspiration to us all here at Bowery Boogie, and we miss him already.  Rest in peace, dude.

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  • Bsolony

    So sad !! going to miss !!! him another old timer in the neighborhood !!! great person !!  He sure will be missed on AVe A !!

  • Anonymous

    I will miss you Bob.  You were a great friend, and a very inspiring photographer.  A true artist of the people.