In the News: 9/11 Trials

••• The five 9/11 defendants will be tried in Guantánamo and not Lower Manhattan. Good for us! Bad for them: They’ll be tried by military tribunal. That sort of thing can get you into trouble in the Middle East…. (The New York Times)

••• Midtown Lunch likes the chicken teriyaki at the cart in front of Whole Foods.

••• In the late ’80s, writer Philip Gourevitch lived on a tugboat moored in Tribeca. He wrote a mini-memoir for New York about it.

••• “Workers want to save a 19th-century print shop from Bowne & Co. Stationers, which has been closed since February.” (DNAinfo)


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  1. It would be nice to have a local museum celebrating Lower Manhattan’s print industry. There are still a few printers left, but at one time, what is now Hudson Square (and below) was the calendar / catalog center.