Seen & Heard: Chinese Restaurant Has Closed

••• From @BPCAsphaltrally: “The target rally date is Sun. October 21st 10-11 am on the BPC Ball Field overlook on the back side of the recreation center.

••• From Westville Hudson: “We are shooting to open for dinner on Monday, October 15. We are just waiting on a few more things, but as long as all goes well that should be the opening date. The first week might be slightly shortened hours so that we can work out any kinks, but by the following week we should be up and running full speed.”

••• Chambers Street newcomer Sunny One appears to have closed after just around six months; the phone is out of service, too. “I went over to get my lunch and… well… see attached picture and draw your own conclusion. Are we back to ONE Chinese place? (New China Red.)” He said Sunny One had been an improvement.

••• My “Nine Unanswered Questions” post got one answer, thanks to an anonymous commenter: “The Watts portion of 205 Hudson’s ground floor (and floors 2-4) will be an art school for Hunter College.” With a gallery on the ground floor.

••• Micro Textile Lab is coming to Tribeca Greenmarket on Oct. 20 (10 a.m. to noon): “Join us for some natural dyeing, spinning and knitting with local materials from the market!” And on Oct. 27, you can have your portrait taken in front of a harvest backdrop.

••• Battery Conservancy’s 2012 Harvest Festival at Battery Park is this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.: “Potato Sack Races, Bobbing for Apples, and Pin the Feather on Zelda. Leaf Rubbings and Watercolor Resists with Private Picassos. Interactive Food Demos with Veggiecation. Refreshments by Pushcart Coffee, Black + Blanco, and Table Green. Seed Saving Workshop and Farm Tours. Live Music by Mountain Animation and Five Mile String Band.”

••• Canstruction—architects design structures using cans of food—opens at the World Financial Center on Nov. 2.


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