In the News: Gay Pride Dance Party on Pier 26

NYCpride courtesy Joemygod••• Get ready, Tribeca! The gays are invading! From a press release on Joe.My.God: “NYC Pride announced today that its famous Dance on the Pier has found a new outdoor home: Hudson River Park’s Pier 26 in Tribeca. Dance on the Pier, now in its 27th year, will again serve as the official closing to NYC Pride week on Sunday, June 30. Hudson River Park’s Pier 26 will also play host to The Rally, the official Pride kick-off event, and Rapture on the River, the official women’s event.” Photo courtesy Joe.My.God

••• “7-Eleven is on the way to the Financial District—with two new outposts coming this July [….] Located just a few blocks apart, the Downtown mini-marts are slated to open at 111 Fulton St. and 111 John St.” Wait, we learned about those in October and December. Hard to keep track of all the 7-Elevens, isn’t it? —DNAinfo

••• There was a cute snowfall pic in the Broadsheet, which hasn’t put today’s edition on its site yet.

••• Steven Sclaroff, who has a shop on White (which goes unmentioned in this article), tells the New York Times about how to shop for vintage stuff.

••• Tribeca resident Charly Rok works 3.5 hours from home (and her husband), in Conshohocken, Pa. —New York Post

••• “Wolfgang’s Tribeca, part of the steakhouse chain, is among other places cited by industry insiders as having trouble collecting for business interruption [after Sandy]. It closed for five days. A manager who asked not to be named said only that it got back “only 2 or 3 percent” of its claim.” —New York Post


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  1. this will be fun……..but i dont know how they got this past the board………cb1