Roundup: Caviar Sale

Just got an email from PB & Caviar: “We are having a huge sale!!! Women’s and children’s clothes are 75% off. Quantities are limited so hurry. The sale will end Feb. 28.” If you’ve never been, check it out—very cute store.

courtesy-six-persimmonsHELLO, TIGER
Tomorrow (Sunday), Museum of Chinese in America and the Children’s Museum of the Arts are cohosting a special Lunar New Year day for families, with “a storytelling Mandarin workshop, a noodle making demonstration, a special lion dance performance and workshop, a cake decorating workshop, and family-friendly gallery talks through MOCA’s core exhibit.” All ages, $10. The schedule is here; you can buy tickets in advance here; workshops are first come, first served. Bonus: During February, every paid admission to MOCA gets a red envelope with a coupon for $10 off membership or 10% off a purchase in the museum’s shop. And MOCA will be raffling off memberships and tiger cookies from Six Persimmons (left).


••• Pearl Paint in on the ropes, as was noted here in December, and Pearl’s frame store is being dismantled. The Canal Street store will sell pre-made frames but it won’t do custom framing. (New York Times)

courtesy-brown-harris-stevensREAL ESTATE
••• “Marc Brown, the author and illustrator who created the Arthur series of books as well as the animated PBS show by the same name, has dropped the price of the 8,300-square-foot Tribeca townhouse (right) that he shares with his wife, Laurie Krasny Brown. The five-story building at 19 Jay Street, which the couple bought for $6.15 million in 2004 and put up for sale for $15.85 million in 2006, is now listed for $9.995 million.” Maybe they’ll take a check? (Cityfile)
••• Curbed wonders what’s wrong with a Thomas Street loft that got $551 per square foot.


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