Plus: Phone snatched through restaurant window; new restaurants Le Coucou and Chikarashi; ticket vendors forced out of the Battery are now plaguing nearby streets. / 2 comments
Plus: Two guys are rowing from here to England (leaving next week); chopped trees on W. Broadway; Tribeca in an Apple wristwatch ad; Concepts store apparently not dead; Mudville's fight party; interesting Pen Parentis venue. / 1 comment
What good is sitting around in your loft? Go out and have fun—here are the places planning to be open tonight, tomorrow, or both. NOTE: UPDATES APLENTY FOR TUESDAY! / 22 comments
Plus: 6 Harrison permascaffolding finally coming down?!; Mudville 9 storefront getting redone; Washington Market Tavern opens Monday; Sun Cafe on hiatus; 443 Greenwich sales office; Macy Gray. / 1 comment
Someone in Washington, DC knew something . I helped serve food to 9/11 recovery workers at St Paul's Chapel for... — Jean Grillo / In the News: Former Official Apologizes for Being Wrong About 9/11 Dust
Several large buildings on Hudson, that back onto Staple do nothing to maintain the rear of the buildings/AIR apartments I... — juliew / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
Perhaps the residents of Staple Street don't feel the same way. — Mikey / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
Odd comment. Perhaps because caring about ones community and how it develops is important. — Rohin / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
My whole life is centered on pen and ink. Since I was very young, my folks would present me with... — John A. Cullen / Spotlight: Fountain Pen Hospital
If the Staple Street residents or building owners don't care to keep the street clean or well-lit or graffiti-free than... — Mikey / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
I agree with you..Staple St has def. gotten a bit sad. I live right off the alley and am never... — juliew / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
Plus: Inside Paul's Baby Grand; innocent man celebrates at Mudville 9; the World Trade Center security lawsuit; FiDi real estate recap; Clocktower Gallery.
Plus: Tribeca Meet & Greet (with cupcakes); Grown & Sewn sale; "Kwik Krimes" at Mysterious Bookshop; Washington Market Tavern update.
Details (including sample menus and floor plans) on Bill Telepan's restaurant, a chocolate-themed restaurant on Franklin, the pan-Latin place coming to Church, a new restaurant on Murray, and Centrico's and Flor de Sol's replacements.
Also on Community Board 1's January agendas: a 15-year-old restaurant appears to be closing; Tribeca is getting another Mexican restaurant; a new bar/restaurant on Franklin Street; a new fitness facility on Church; and more.