Plus: The New York Dolls reopening party; what to expect at the "Experience Mars" event; why the Broadway bus bulb remains unfinished; show of 1970s art at Hal Bromm Gallery; looking down on Barclay Tower. / 2 comments
Plus: Profiles of Tribeca gallerist Hal Bromm and artist David Lyle; Physique 57 opening in FiDi; judge recuses self from clocktower lawsuit; poker pro and wealth manager get engaged; man pretends to be Tracy Morgan's son at Haus.
Plus: Manhunt at the gym; Jerry's Café closed for renovation; Tribeca Trust looking for Tribeca lovers; Starbucks in WFC closes, reopens; Woolworth Building booklet; Con Ed question. / 3 comments
Jennifer Connelley was at juice press on Greenwich yesterday — Tribeca Mama / Welcome to TweeBeCa: Special Celebrity Edition!
The Jackie Robinson museum..... Coming soon when we moved to the neighborhood 15 years ago.. AND apparently still "On it's... — Rohin / In the News: Convicted Murderer Arrested in Battery Shooting
Poke Mon? — James / Coffee Out, Poke In
It's not a class issue - the unions need to realize that air horns are an assault on everybody. I... — Will / Seen & Heard: Kesté Pizzeria Is Open
I'm panicking. I know...you said not to, but...DON'T LEAVE US!!! — Will / State of the Site
I agree kind of sad if they don't do the street fair. I don't live by Tribeca but I do... — Shirley / The Tribeca Film Festival Is Not Throwing Its Street Fair
HI Erik, Happy Friday morning. Looking at this photo at first I thought this was 17 Jay Street where I... — Sonia F. Stock / Where in Tribeca…?
And more on the restaurant in question. Plus: Citibank is open; New York Kids Club timeline; Vestry Wines; gallerist Hal Bromm. UPDATE: Reps for the space's owner says the Lohan connection isn't true (but they do confirm it's a Mexican restaurant that's interested). / 7 comments
Including the $40 million penthouse. Plus: Is 11 N. Moore a bad neighbor?; Fika looks close to opening; work at 502 Canal; De Niro in Tribeca; Aamanns bread; Tribeca Trust talk; Terra Wine Bar; roti contest. / 3 comments
Every now and then someone copies me on an impassioned email that I think might foster debate, so I'm starting an occasional series called Open Letter. Up first: Hal Bromm's plea to the Landmarks Preservation Commission regarding the proposed design for a new building at 11-15 Leonard. / 14 comments