In the News: Spruce Street School

••• Coolhaus, an ice-cream sandwich truck, will be parking in Tribeca, among other places (including the “Fulton Market,” which I think is the Fulton Stall Market at the Seaport?). Sizes offered really should be S, M, L, XL. (New York Daily News)

by Julie Shapiro (courtesy DNAinfo)

••• A tour of Spruce Street School. (DNAinfo) Plus: “Tribeca parents who are resisting the Department of Education’s plans to send their kindergartners to a Chinatown school may be making headway with the DOE’s top official. Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said on Friday that he was meeting with his staff to explore what options are available for reassigning the students on the P.S. 234 waitlist, but added that a number of variables would influence the department’s decision.” (Tribeca Trib)

••• “We want to tell you about a new jazz concert series in New York City.” What are you waiting for, a written invitation? “It brings some of the most interesting bands on today’s scene and pairs them up in double bills. It’s also being live broadcast, live webcast and recorded for archive. There will be professional audio and HD video. And you can see and hear it here, at A Blog Supreme and NPR Music. It’s called The Checkout: Live From 92Y Tribeca.” (NPR)

••• Writer and editor Pete Hamill lives in Tribeca. (Irish Times)

••• Tenoverten is “the best nail salon ever,” because “you can put the tip on your credit card and they’ll email you the receipt. You can even book every appointment via their website.” (Fashionista)


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