The emphasis is on high-end brand names—Saint Laurent, Thom Browne, Paul Smith, Canada Goose, etc.—with areas devoted to bags, fragrance and grooming, sunglasses, headphones, and a lot of shoes, especially sneakers. / 2 comments
Plus: Opening date for the Saks Men's Store; the transformer that clogged up W. Broadway on Saturday; checking in on Pier 17; the 19-story building under construction on Broadway; "Power" TV shoot. / 3 comments
Plus: Child thief strikes at the Conrad hotel; fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra; Battery Park City landlord settles federal civil-rights lawsuit; 4 World Trade Center is fully leased; Robert De Niro doubles down on anti-vaccine nonsense.
But he was eventually found. Plus: Local politicians to take over School Overcrowding Task Force; Saks Men's Store to emphasize "experimental shopping"; the recipe for Houseman's roasted-squash salad. / 1 comment
Ding ding ding, we have a winner! Only white rich kids are 'kids being kids.' It's only spitting and throwing... — Anon / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
This is a very sad decision. This was a downtown trade mark event for families. Screenings won't replace the magic... — EG / The Tribeca Film Festival Is Not Throwing Its Street Fair
Description? Common places they are hanging out? And how many of them are there? That's all I need to know.... — CrazytribecaDad / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Hmm. They could do homework, study for tests and quizzes, join after-school clubs and activities, join sports at their schools,... — James / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Have YOU ever tried setting anything up like a neighborhood watch, tried getting politicians or the bureaucracy to act on... — James / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Afraid not. — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In the area of 21 6th Avenue the old telephone building across the street from the new named "Roxy Hotel"... — Sonia F. Stock / Where in Tribeca…?
There's been a lot of bad news lately, and I fear we haven't heard the last of it, so let's try to focus on the positive (for one post, anyway). Here are 14 things to look forward to in Lower Manhattan in the next year or two. / 10 comments