In the News: Here Comes Jenna Lyons

••• There’s a new queen bee in town: J. Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons is evidently moving into the American Express Carriage House. (She’s a style icon/lifestyle obsession to some.) —Curbed

••• A rep for Theater Bar says the Franklin Street bar has officially closed. —Eater

••• “It’s not just 4-year-olds in Tribeca who are landing on Downtown kindergarten waitlists. Along with Tribeca’s P.S. 234, children are waiting in line for P.S. 276, P.S. 89 and the Peck Slip School. ” —Tribeca Trib

••• “There’s a penthouse listing war brewing on North Moore Street, with three properties in the neighborhood of $20 million popping onto the market in recent weeks.” Meanwhile, people starve. —Curbed

••• “From ballroom dancing to storytelling to theater, Tribeca’s P.S. 150 is a small school that is big on the arts. But under Jenny Bonnet, the newly appointed principal, that longtime passion for performance and creativity is likely to grow stronger.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “The president of the new 9/11 Memorial skipped its first ceremony honoring the six victims of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing last month and hit the Rocky Mountain ski slopes instead.” —DNAinfo

••• “Battery Park City residents are invited to ask questions and share concerns at the Battery Park City Authority’s second quarterly Town Hall meeting tomorrow March 29, at 6:00 pm in the Battery Park City Parks Conservancy office, located at Six River Terrace.” —Broadsheet


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