In the News: Tribeca Family Lost in Plane Crash

••• This is just heartbreaking: “Tribeca event planner [Jennifer Blumin], her ­pilot boyfriend and her two young sons disappeared in a plane in the Bermuda Triangle, and authorities said Tuesday they found a ‘debris field’ near where the aircraft was last heard from. The group had just spent Mother’s Day in Puerto Rico and was flying to Florida when the small twin-engine plane disappeared at about 2:10 p.m. Monday.” —New York Post

••• “CB1 Chair Decries Lack of Coordinating Planning to Protect Lower Manhattan from Future Storms.” —Broadsheet

••• More on the Seaport District’s food-related happenings in Eater, including this: “A pergola draped in greenery will be the romantic setting for the outdoor garden bar [….] There’s also a private lounge for Chase cardholders.”

••• Treadwell Park Downtown, “the second of Abraham Merchant’s craft beer halls [which] also has an outdoor beer garden,” is opening at 301 South End Ave. —New York Times

••• “On Friday, May 12, Governors Island stayed open for three hours past its normal closing time so that visitors could experience it at dusk and at night.” Downtown Post checked it out. (Photo courtesy the Trust for Governors Island.)

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