Roundup: Nuts!


••• “Tribeca residents refusing to roll out the welcome wagon for a trashy new neighbor filed an appeal Wednesday against a judge’s decision to let the city build a sanitation garage and salt shed in the neighborhood.” (DNAinfo) Um, it’s not just Tribecans—in fact, it’s mostly Hudson Square residents….
••• SP’s Nuts and Candy on Church (bet. Chambers and Reade) might be the last nut roaster in town, says the New York Times. Noted in the article: The closing of the Bazzini store.
••• While shopping for blankets for the New York Times, interior designer Brad Ford checks out Stella.
••• Broadsheet Daily looks at the progress being made on Pier A.
••• The New York Post drops in on FiDi resident (and Blaue Gans restaurateur) Kurt Gutenbrunner, whose first cookbook is slated for publication in 2011.

••• Tribeca-based Khushi Spa Products is having a sale on lip scrub: the one-ounce jar is $8.50, down from $12.
••• At Tribeca MedSpa, laser hair-removal packages are buy-one-get-one-free in February.


courtesy Broadsheet Daily

courtesy Broadsheet Daily

••• To protest the possibility that the 9/11 “terror trials” would be held in lower Manhattan, the Civic Center Residents Coalition is holding a press conference tomorrow (Friday) at 12:30 p.m. at Columbus Park, across Worth from the Daniel Patrick Moynihan U.S. Federal Courthouse.
••• On Saturday from 1 p.m to 3 p.m., there will be a “Bollywood Skate” at Battery Park City Ice Rink, complete with Indian music, samosas, and chai. (Broadsheet Daily)



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