Plus: Ducklings in peril; new photographers' tour of the Woolworth Building; opening forecast for Heyday facial spa; forum on changes to South End Avenue; FiDi Sephora closing. / 3 comments
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I was there on Sunday, and the turtle was snapping at the ducklings. The mother was swimming constantly, with the... — Duane Street / Seen & Heard: The Lifting of the Street Fair Ban
not sure it it's the same turtle because i haven't seen it for over a year but i have definitely... — josh / Seen & Heard: The Lifting of the Street Fair Ban
Just a few doors down from long-lost Tribeca pioneer restaurant Riverrun . . . not that that matters, just thought... — Noah / Almond Is Closing
I actually heard that (at least early on) they ranged somewhere between outwardly hostile and unaccommodating to families who were... — Waylon Smithers / Almond Is Closing
I walked by there a little while ago and there were seven, only a few days old. This is the... — Hudson River / Seen & Heard: The Lifting of the Street Fair Ban
:-( — Madeline Lanciani / Almond Is Closing
I cannot agree more. — Dizzy / Almond Is Closing
Plus: Actor Keegan-Michael Key has a home in Tribeca; how actor Denis Leary spends his Sundays; Battery Park City student to represent the U.S. at International Olympiad of Informatics; art dealer Dick Bellamy.
At the International Center of Photography's new museum on the Bowery, where the first show is about privacy and public visibility, the curators really packed in the art. Plus: There's an outpost of Maman.
Plus: Graffiti Earth temporarily closed; checking in on the Flea's new building; exterior window shades; City Winery organizing a big music festival in Queens. / 2 comments