Seen & Heard: New Gallery

••• Tachi Gallery has opened at Washington and Laight. More to come….

••• Duane Park restaurant’s Saturday-night burlesque show, The Sweets’ Shop, has a guest host Apr. 9–June 11: the legendary (in certain circles) Murray Hill.

••• From TriBeCafe: “To help out those affected by the disaster in Japan, we’ll be donating net proceeds from our 3/30 [cherry blossom festival] event to the Japanese Red Cross Society.”

••• On Sunday, Real Pilates is holding a special class taught by Alycea Ungaro, to benefit disaster relief in Japan; minimum donation: $125. There will be other classes (with other teachers) on Mar. 23 and Mar. 26.

••• Mrs. Cupcake‘s “express window” at Eamonn’s on Murray Street opens tomorrow—with a sneak preview this afternoon.

••• Downtown Magazine tweeted that the cover subject of its spring issue would be Drew Nieporent, photographed at Tribeca Grill.

••• From Donna Marotta at the Perfect Closet: “If you purchase two hours of wardrobe editing you’ll get one free hour of personal shopping (a $205 value for $150). If someone mentions Tribeca Citizen I’ll give them a second hour of personal shopping for just $25.00 (regular price $55).”

••• From Tribeca Beauty Spa: “Starting on Earth Day, April 22, and running until May 6, Tribeca Beauty Spa will be offering ‘Green Treatments’ with 15% of purchase price going to ‘Moon Current.’ […] Bring your ConEd bill, switch to Wind Power and get $10 gift certificate towards your next treatment!”


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  1. Re helping Japan: If I may, I’d also like to mention a concert being produced by composers John Zorn and Sendai-born Aya Nishina. It will be held at Columbia U. on March 27th and should be the central fundraising gathering for NYC. Performers scheduled so far include Sonic Youth, Y. Ono/S. Lennon, Cibo Matto, Mike Patton, and many more. There is a possibility, still being ironed out, that several global-minded megastars will also perform. 100% of proceeds will go where they’re needed, under the auspices of the Japan Society relief effort.

    Here’s a link:

    Thanks for sharing this. I know it’s not a Tribeca thing but it will be a great way to do good.