Seen & Heard: A New Church on N. Moore

C3••• C3 Church Manhattan is coming to 55 N. Moore. Not sure if it’s street-level or not. UPDATE: From a reader: “This is simply their admin offices in the basement of the building at 55 n. Moore. There is no ‘church’ moving in and services are prohibited in this space.”

••• The Manuel Racim shop—they’re the shirtmaker coming to Hudson by Duane Park—is opening to the public on June 8.

••• Friends of Washington Market Park is offering two free concerts. in June: “Thursday, June 13, at 6 p.m.: Brady Rymer and the Little Band that Could. Thursday, June 27, at 6 p.m.: Princess Katie & Racer Steve.”

••• @NYCDowntownDiva notes that L’Amore Creperie is opening on Maiden Lane between Water and Pearl.

••• @ClaireMoncrief tweeted this photo of Peace & Love. Guess it’s officially not coming back.

••• In case you missed the update to the Bell Bates post: I hear from a reader that the space has been sold to a school.

••• Torly Kid‘s Tween Party is June 1 (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.): “This year the festivities include our annual hula hoop contest, a glitter tattoo station, and bake sale with proceeds benefiting the World Wildlife Fund.” Also: An airbrush station and mini makeovers featuring French braids.

••• Fulton Center has signage (that doesn’t look like other MTA branding…?). Thanks to @MMDeVoe

••• The South Street Seaport’s “See/Change” summer program starts this weekend. Here are the highlights from the press release.

SmorgasBar – the popular beer, wine and spirits garden curated by Brooklyn Flea – is making its debut at The Seaport on May 25th. Featuring a dozen food vendors and a bar serving local and artisanal beer, wine, spirits and mixers, for Memorial Day weekend SmorgasBar will showcase: Asia Dog, Blue Marble Ice Cream, Brooklyn Oyster Party, Brooklyn Soda Works, Fonda, Kelvin Slush Co., Landhaus, Milk Truck Grilled Cheese, Pizza Moto, Red Hook Lobster Pound and Rice & Miso Everyday. Adult beverages from Brooklyn Brewery and Sixpoint, spiked Kelvin Slush Co. slushies and cocktails mixed with Brooklyn Soda Works’ carbonated juices will also be available. Concessions will be open from 11am to 10pm Sunday through Thursday, and 11am to 11pm Friday and Saturday.

The Seaport’s Front Row Cinema will have a special preview of its weekly outdoor film series on Memorial Day weekend. Located at the intersection of Front and Fulton Streets, the Memorial Day weekend movies includes: Tom Hank’s 1988 classic Big on May 24th; action-packed blockbuster Iron Man on May 25th; and romantic comedy favorite Sleepless in Seattle on May 26th. Officially beginning its eight week run on July 7th, Front Row Cinema will feature an assortment of films with lawn and lounge chair seating. Shows are free and begin at 8pm (sunset). [Is it just me or are those among the least edgy films possible?]

On May 25th, the Brightest Young Things present The Golden Hour: A Kick Off to an Unexpected Summer, a multi-faceted art exhibit located at Cannon’s Art Walk. The performance art will include a photography show by Joshua Cogan, live action portraits from the film Tomorrow We Disappear (a dark, real-life fairytale about India’s last home to magicians, acrobats and puppeteers), art installations and a DJ set by Sea Level. The show starts at 6pm, is free and open to the public. Art installations featured in the show will remain at The Seaport through June 16th.


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