10/13 News: Sarabeth’s?

courtesy-sarabeths• Rumors had been floating around that Bazzini had been looking to unload its store—Whole Foods presumably to blame—perhaps to Sarabeth’s. Sure enough, the agenda for tomorrow’s meeting of the Tribeca Committee of Community Board 1 shows that an entity called “Sarabeth’s Tribeca” is applying for a liquor license for 339 Greenwich St.

Kiva Cafe is starting up its Kiva Nights on Thursdays and Fridays; from 7 p.m. to midnight the cafe will turn into a wine bar—though you can still get coffee and tea, too (139 Reade).

92YTribeca has added new events to its October schedule: Brooklyn- and Los Angeles-based songwriter Randy Kaplan (Oct. 17); a politically charged Shabbat dinner with Justin Krebs, co-founder of Living Liberally, and libertarian pundit Robert A. George (Oct. 23); a symposium on Esther, “Biblical heroine, legendary beauty queen, political activist, contemporary icon, and nice Jewish girl” (Oct. 25); a discussion of director Marilyn Ness’s work-in-progress, Bad Blood, about how “a ‘miracle’ treatment for hemophilia became an agent of death for 10,000 Americans” (Oct. 28).

• The Tribeca Meet & Greet is tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Gymboree (100 Reade). There’ll be food from Grandaisy Bakery and wine from Frankly Wines. Stop by!