In the News: Bus Signs

••• Broadsheet Daily and DNAinfo both wrote about the electronic signs that indicate how long till the next Downtown Connection bus. Feeling like I should’ve looked into the signs when I noticed them last month….

••• “Tribeca went country on Sunday, Sept. 19, when a couple of dozen locals—mostly kids and parents and mostly beginners, gathered for the park’s second annual square dance, sponsored by Friends of Washington Market Park.” (Tribeca Trib)

••• David Kamp writes a profile of John Lennon as if he hadn’t been murdered; he’d be 70 today, and he’d have owned a loft on Warren Street since 1991. (Vanity Fair)

••• Harvey Keitel voted. Can someone explain why this is noteworthy? Then again, at he’s alive. (The Villager)

••• HotelChatter is aghast that the opening rates at the Sheraton Tribeca (that big brown new-build on Canal, opening Oct. 5) are higher than rates at the Soho Grand and the James New York.

••• Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, rumored to be on the rocks, popped into the Steven Alan showroom this week. Time to go wash my brain. (Hollywood Life)


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