Seen & Heard: FasTracKids Expanding

••• A reader asked about buying tickets to a screening or two of the Tribeca Film Festival. Single tix (vs. packages) go on sale to downtown residents a day early (this Sunday). There’s info here: UPDATE 4/12: OY! WHERE IS MY BRAIN! AMEX CARDHOLDERS CAN BUY TICKETS STARTING TODAY (TUES., 4/12)

••• Ilysa Winick at FasTracKids emailed over some news: “I’m very happy to announce that Tribeca FasTracKids has taken over the lease to the lower level at 104 Reade. We’re adding an additional 2,000 feet to our facilities! We’re building out a play gym, drama stage,  art room, full kitchen, and classroom for language classes. These facilities will be utilized by our preschoolers and will serve to enhance our offerings. We will be bringing in a language class by summer time, increasing our E.nopi classes, and will be offering amazing themed birthday parties in our brand new gym!”

••• Artist Coco Masuda is moving to a new studio, so she’s cleaning house—and selling a bunch of her work to benefit Japan disaster relief. It’s this Thursday (1–5 p.m.) and Saturday (2–6 p.m.). 189 Franklin, 3rd floor.

••• From the Flea: “We would like to invite you to our first ever Neighbor Night on Saturday, April 16th at 7 p.m. After that evening’s World Premiere performance of “Future Anxiety,” enjoy free drinks and a special meet-and-greet with the cast and the theater’s legendary [Big word. —Ed.] leadership, Artistic Director Jim Simpson and Producing Director Carol Ostrow. See the attached invitation for an exclusive discount code to receive $20 tickets for Neighbor Night. Plus, if you buy two tickets, you can receive a third complimentary ticket on us. Tickets for Neighbor Night can be purchased by using this link or by calling 212.226.0051 x102, where we’ll personally process your order with no service fees. Please note, if you’d like to take advantage of our ‘buy 2 get 1 free’ offer, please call the number above to expedite service.”

••• From RBC NYC: “Last weekend one of our baristas, Brandon Duff, made it to the finals at the Northeast Regional Barista Competition. He placed in the top 6 of 32 contestants.”


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