In the News: Art Truck

Photo by Hagen (courtesy Daily News)

••• An artist who goes by the name of Marco is selling his art from a converted bread truck, and he was parked in Tribeca. (Daily News)

••• “Families still waitlisted for PS 234 will have a chance to ask questions at an information session Tuesday night. […] The information session will be held Tues., May 11 at 6 p.m. in the auditorium at PS 89, at 201 Warren.” (DNAinfo)

••• “Next month, traffic management consultants Sam Schwartz Engineering are expected to put crossing guards at three West Street intersections: Warren, Murray and Albany Streets. […] ‘This will absolutely save lives,’ said [Assembly Speaker Sheldon] Silver’s chief of staff Judy Rapfogel, speaking at a meeting of Silver’s West Street Task Force.” (Tribeca Trib) Does this strike anyone else as a waste of money?

••• “A tipster writes to Tribeca Citizen, ‘The Danny Meyer thing is for real … Goldman now owns those buildings, and they’re negotiating with him.’ We put in a call to Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group and got a fairly standard evasion: ‘With Shake Shack and all of our businesses, we’re approached a lot and there’s a lot of rumors. We don’t comment on anything until we announce something. Shake Shack’s definitely a growing business, and our whole company is growing as well.’ But wait! Who said anything about Shake Shack?” (Grub Street)

••• The guy accused of breaking into actress Amanda Peet’s Duane Street loft was acquitted. (Daily News)


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  1. A Shake Shack burger gave my daughter a stomach ache the other day… just saying