Seen & Heard: Cowgirl Sea-Horse Deal

••• Attention Seaport residents (and those who don’t mind a stroll): The current deal at Scoutmob is $20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Cowgirl Sea-Horse on Front Street, dine-in only.

••• On Nov. 16, Moomah is hosting a book party with Mom Filter for the latter’s new book, Time for Dinner.

••• Guitarist Robert Fripp will be at the World Financial Center on Dec. 3 and 4: “Soundscapes integrates modern digital effects with Fripp’s pioneering tape delays, looped signals, and lush reverb.”

••• Mysterious Bookshop‘s Christmas party will be Dec. 9, at which time the store will also be hosting a party in honor of Christmas at the Mysterious Bookshop: “Seventeen stories, originally published as chapbooks and given to customers as Christmas gifts over the last seventeen years have been gathered in one volume. All the living authors who wrote the stories have been invited, and we expect most of them to be present to sign copies. As well as Otto [Penzler], contributors are: Charles Ardai, Lisa Atkinson, Lawrence Block, Mary Higgins Clark, Thomas H. Cook, Ron Goulart, Jeremiah Healy, Rupert Holmes, Andrew Klavan, Michael Malone, Anne Perry, S.J. Rozan and Jonathan Santlofer. In the book, but no longer with us, are George Baxt, Edward D. Hoch, Evan Hunter (Ed McBain) and Donald E. Westlake. The signing event will be held from 6.00p.m. to 7.00p.m.”

••• From the LMCCC website: “In a little under a year, the city Parks and Recreation Department has rebuilt Titanic Park—adding another welcoming green space to the upper Financial District. The park, located on the east side of Pearl Street at Fulton, opens Thursday, November 11th. In addition to some infrastructure modifications, crews focused on beautifying the modest park, which has commemorated the lives of Titanic passengers since 1976. The park stands out for it iconic lighthouse at its southern tip, which also marks the west entrance to the South Street Seaport historic district. The new Titanic Park features new bluestone sidewalks, a new seating area with 1939 World’s Fair Benches, bike racks, granite curbs, fencing, custom light poles, and improved drainage and irrigation. The design also includes a colored concrete watercourse with landscape boulders and new plantings. The $917,000 park was created in conjunction with the city’s overall Fulton Street Corridor plan, with funding from the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.”

••• I’m taking credit for the Philadelphia cream cheese being sold at Whole Foods.


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