In the News: Sheet Sale

••• “At Tuesday night’s Community Board 1 full board meeting, Tom Goodkind, chair of CB1’s newly formed Affordable Housing Task Force, reported on the group’s first meeting, which took place the previous night.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• A New York Times photographer was recently at Marc Forgione, lending one to assume it’s finally getting reviewed (Grub Street). Meanwhile, Gothamist interviewed Forgione about his stint on “The Next Iron Chef.”

••• “Cristina Dos Santos is having a sale on selected bedding through Oct. 31 (CDS percale Italian queen-size bedding, regularly $155 to $395, is $77 to $197; Morocco Embroidery queen-size sheeting, regularly $150 to $295, is $75 to $147).” (New York Times)

••• Stylish women are riding bikes, says the New York Times. Paging Adeline Adeline….

••• Dick and Laura Parsons had a party at their place for the American Folk Art Museum’s fall benefit; Jessye Norman was there. (Wall Street Journal)

••• The city is changing the font on its street signs. This is depressing. (New York Post)


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