Seen & Heard: Quality Burger

••• Quality Burger now delivers in Battery Park City. Here’s its page on SeamlessWeb.

••• Tribeca Greenmarket report: “On Saturday, August 6: Guest Demo with Jenna Helwig—founder of, cooking instructor, personal chef and mother of one—will be cooking up something fresh and summery from the market at 11 a.m. New produce at Tribeca Saturday: fairytale eggplants, green peppers, cabbage, cubanelle peppers, donut peaches. And on Saturday, August 21, at 11:30 a.m., Tribeca hosts its annual Clam Bake provided by Blue Moon Fish and Lebak Farm. Piping hot steamers, fresh summer vegetables, and free for all. What better reason to stick around lower Manhattan this August?” Advice: Don’t ask questions you don’t want the answers to.

••• Manhattan Children’s Theatre “is pleased to announce that we will be returning to our former space at 380 Broadway (Broadway and White) in the Access Theatre for next season! We’re still working to choose our shows and getting ready to amaze you once again, so if you have a suggestion of a story or book that you’d love to see on our stage please let us know!”

••• “Yahrzeit: September 11th Remembered” opens at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on August 28: “‘Yahrzeit’ will feature documents, photos, and quotes from those who were affected by the tragedy including Museum staff and volunteers who witnessed the events, as well as clergy and volunteers who searched for meaning and ways to provide comfort. It will focus on the response of the Jewish community and other New Yorkers who came together to help their neighbors. The words, photographs, and quotations on display symbolize how life goes on, even after tragedy.”


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