9/03/12 • Newsletter
SATURDAY MORNING IN TRIBECA
The Saturday before last, photographer Marisa McGrody woke up early and took her camera out to the streets. Here’s what she found.
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: ALL GOOD THINGS
I got so excited about All Good Things opening that I sent this post out as an email on Friday. In case you missed it, here it is again. Also: Diane Cimine took some photos on opening day. If you’ve been, what did you think?
SEEN & HEARD
••• 8/30: Water Street shopping district. Mast Brothers, holiday pop-up, more. Plus: Dilapidated landmark; Arman topper; triangle gone to seed; Halloween store; 84 White.
••• 8/31: Dr. Michel Cohen’s restaurant has a new name and the opening is getting closer! Plus: Kathy Najimy and Annette O’Toole at the Flea; two lost rings; real estate reports.
WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Last week’s Where in Tribeca…? (left) appears to be a stumper. I’ll post a hint later today….
ASPHALT GREEN MEETING
Tomorrow (Tuesday, Sept. 4), Community Board 1′s Battery Park City Committee will discuss the Asphalt Green debacle. Since the Battery Park City Authority won’t discuss it (openly, anyway), this is your best/only chance to express publicly your frustration not just with the facility remaining closed but with the back-room way the entire affair is being handled. The meeting starts at 6 p.m.; unfortunately, it’s way downtown in the conference room at the Regatta (21 South End Ave.).
IN THE NEWS
••• 8/30: Lindsay Lohan is reportedly moving here. Plus: Guggenheim’s Krens sells; doorman naturalizes; 357 Canal; Occupy Wall Street plans anniversary protest; New York Rescue Mission; art.
••• 8/31: New Temp gallery. Plus: Penthouse with conditional roof; free ice cream; Chambers Street Wines.
NOSY NEIGHBOR: WHY IS THERE SCAFFOLDING ON RIVER LOFTS?
“I walk by River Lofts (Tower) on the West Side Highway all the time. It seems constantly under (re)construction. Any idea what’s going on?” —S.
WELCOME TO TWEEBECA
If this doesn’t remind you that all tweets are public unless you lock your account, nothing will.
VALENTINE NO. 27
It’s time for the summer’s final valentine. What could be more appropriate than an ode to Tribeca sunsets?
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