In the News: Soho Rep

••• “The cost of the World Trade Center ballooned by nearly $4 billion over the last four years—a wild spending spree that went completely unchecked by the Port Authority, according to a new audit. The agency couldn’t even show documentation for the huge increase in costs, said the independent audit, which was released yesterday.” —New York Post

••• Brick Underground interviews an anonymous Tribeca doorman. It’s not exactly juicy.

••• The New York Times reviews Kutsher’s: “The food here’s not bad. And such big portions!”

by Ruby Washington for the New York Times

••• Soho Rep’s “The Ugly One” is reviewed in the New York Times.

••• The New York Times looks at Hudson Square and Trinity Church’s role in creating it. Isn’t this a story they’ve done many times before?

••• Director Abel Ferrara is planning a film based on the Dominique Straus-Kahn situation. It’ll star Gerard Depardieu and Isabelle Adjani. —ArtInfo

••• Aarón Sánchez of Centrico has opened a restaurant called Mestizo in Kansas City; it was reviewed by the Kansas City Star.

••• American Icon is opening another outpost on Fifth Avenue above Madison Square Park. —New York Post


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