In the News: NYPD Violated the Law

••• Centrico chef Aarón Sanchez has a new cookbook, Simple Food, Big Flavor. Looks like we’ll be going back into the kitchen! —Daily News

••• Broke-Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website chooses Souths as “Where to dump your girlfriend. And have fries!” There’s more along these lines: “On your way out,  smug, absolved and single, hit the irresistibly boisterous front bar. Just make sure, out of decency, you’re at least 3 stools down from your new ex if they made a pit stop to drown their rejection in Glenlivet before getting on the C train.”

••• “The NYPD violated city landmarks law by knocking out part of a brick wall at the 1st Precinct’s historic stable building, a city official said. […] The NYPD did not even notify the Landmarks Commission last summer before cutting a hole in the back of the 100-year-old building and installing a staircase leading up to a new entrance on the second floor […]. At the LPC’s instruction, the NYPD recently submitted an application to legalize the changes. The LPC plans to hold a public hearing soon, tentatively scheduled for Feb. 7 […].” —DNAinfo

••• Director M. Night Shyamalan sold his apartment at 45 Walker for $9.5 million. —Curbed

••• “Just one week into kindergarten admissions season, Tribeca’s popular P.S. 234 has already filled almost half of its available seats—with siblings of current students. Siblings of current P.S. 234 students, who are guaranteed a spot in next fall’s kindergarten class, have snapped up 52 of the school’s 125 seats, parent coordinator Magda Lenski said.” —DNAinfo


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