The Tribeca outpost of Pupculture is focusing on daycare and grooming. "Daycare is not for all dogs," says owner Abraham Mimi. "We make sure the dog is happy. If not, it doesn't belong here." / 2 comments
Plus: Bike showroom has taken the place of the 443 Greenwich sales office; discussing Rumi at Poets House; more "love locks" showing up in weird places; Pupculture opening forecast; a Fulton Center store has closed; the new Spring Street deli has opened. / 8 comments
Pupculture, the dog-care company that's been on Broome since 2002, is opening a second location—and it'll be in Tribeca. / 5 comments
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