Seen & Heard: Royal Wedding

••• From Trinity Wall Street: “Trinity Church, founded by Royal Charter of England in 1696, will be a large-screen viewing location for the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. Trinity welcomes one and all from its Lower Manhattan neighborhood and beyond as it celebrates the royal wedding and the parish’s centuries-old ties to England and the worldwide Anglican Communion. The screening is free and open to the public.” The fun starts at 5 a.m.

••• I was walking down Jay Street today when I saw that a Tribeca Film Festival movie called Challenging Impossibility has opened a pop-up gallery. This New York Times blurb was on its website: “Feats of Strength Pop-Up Museum (Friday through Thursday) World-famous athletes will attend screenings, hold lectures, sign books and give informal talks on fitness and health, strength training, meditation, the mind-body connection and the teachings of the fitness guru Sri Chinmoy at this museum. The events coincide with the premiere of ‘Challenging Impossibility’ at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday; meet the cast, including the Olympic sprinter Carl Lewis and the former New York Jet and bodybuilder Mike Katz, at the museum on Saturday. Hours: daily from noon to 8 p.m. 18 Jay, 212-380-8153; free.” The poster in the window says it’s open noon to 6 p.m., FYI, through May 2.

••• Nili Lotan has partnered with J. Crew. Not sure what the partnership entails beyond pretty photos on J. Crew’s website and the ability to purchase certain Nili Lotan pieces there.

••• From Soho Rep: “99¢ tickets will be back for this Sunday the 24th only! They’ll be up for sale at the box office at 7 p.m—but only 16 are available so come early!”

••• Get 20% off all designers at Edon Manor starting April 25. Use code spring20. (Not sure if this is valid in-store, too.) Free shipping for orders over $500, but once you’re buying this level of accessories, are you really worried about that?


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