In the News: Subway Death Not Foul Play

••• “Police believe a woman found dead on the tracks at the Canal Street 1 train station over the weekend was a 22-year-old Park Slope actress who fell to her death. Emily Singleton, of Berkeley Place in Brooklyn, did not appear to have died from being struck by a train, police sources said. She was likely killed by the fall onto the tracks.” —DNAinfo

saleya room••• The New York Post profiles pediatrician/Saleya restaurateur Michel Cohen, who says of being single, “eet ees a lot of fun.”

••• “The second location of P.J. Clarke’s quick service burger offshoot, Clarke’s Standard, is opening Monday at Maiden Lane and Pearl St.” —Downtown Lunch

••• “Just in time for warmer weather is the appearance of Yogurt In Love on Pearl St. (btw. Wall & Pine). It’s a chain of self-serve frozen yogurt shops that seems to have a lot of pink furniture.” —Downtown Lunch

••• “The Exchange, the restaurant at the Setai Wall Street that was born as SHO Shaun Hergatt, is no more.” The Exchange always sounded (to me) like somewhere users go for clean needles. —Eater

••• The Tribeca Trib‘s police blotter.

••• “73 Worth Street loft goes a little above ask, a lot above 2010.” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• A slideshow of notable fashionables who attended the New York Academy of Art’s Tribeca Ball last night. —Harper’s Bazaar

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