In the News: Pier 40 Greenmarket?

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••• “For at least nine months, an unknown person or persons have been leaving pieces of paper around Battery Park City emblazoned with the words, “Kill Jews.” Additionally, whoever is leaving these slips of paper in the community appears to have recently stepped up the pace and intensity of the activity.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• “A new idea for the Lower West Side waterfront could soon be taking root, namely, a Greenmarket for the massive, 14-acre Pier 40 at W. Houston St. The concept emerged from two polls of West Village residents conducted by the weekly WestView newspaper asking what uses for the pier they favored most.” (Downtown Express)

••• Another look at the “extreme party events” that were happening on Reade. (Tribeca Trib)


By Josh Haner (courtesy New York Times)

••• The New York Times profiles Lena Dunham, a 23-year-old who made a semi-autobiographical movie, Tiny Furniture, about a woman who “moves in with her wildly successful artist family in a pristine Tribeca loft”; it won the big prize at the South by Southwest festival.

••• V.A. Musetto of the New York Post gets excited about Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, a South Korean film playing (for free) at Tribeca Cinemas on Tuesday.


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