Seen & Heard: A Ship Has Come In

••• The Lilac has docked at Pier 25.

••• SoulCycle and Equinox have formed a “strategic partnership,” Equinox bought SoulCycle, meaning SoulCycle programming will be available at Equinox gyms. SoulCycle’s founders insist that “nothing you love about SoulCycle is going to change!” (No word on the aspects you don’t love… Kidding!)

••• From City Winery, re: the Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival: “Held in the courtyard behind City Winery […], this free series of concerts kicks off June 21 and runs every Tuesday night through Aug. 16. No tickets needed, just bring yourself and your friends for an early evening of great tunes, great wine and good times. The shows begin each night at 5:30 p.m and concludes at 7:30 p.m.” Click on the image to see the schedule of performers.

••• Whole Foods Tribeca will one of the first stores to carry Sixpoint beer in cans, starting today.

••• eXerBlast, the new family-fitness experience on Reade, will open at noon on Saturday, June 4.

••• The former Pan Latin space in Battery Park City will be the home of a new doctors’ office, Battery Park Pediatrics.

••• Fulton Stall Market at the Seaport—which launches its new season this Sunday (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)—has released its list of vendors:
—Brewla Bars (
—Bugged Out (
—Community Energy (
—Coolhaus (
—Grandaisy Bakery (
—The Groovy Baker (
—Migliorelli Farm (
—Naima Rauam (
—NY Farm 2 Door
—Red Jacket Orchards (
—Sour Puss Pickles (
—Urban Rose (
—Yummy Coffee (
—Brown Bag Bakery (appearing every other week starting June 5,
—Brooklyn Winery (debuting its first vintage on June 12,


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