In the News: Stuyvesant Bomb Scare

••• Daniel Krieger is shooting photographing newlyweds at the City Clerk’s Office for Racked. You know I’m a sucker for this kind of thing.

••• The New York Times “reviews” Best Made Company’s new shop.

••• “The Durst Organization is marketing four vacant retail spaces at its Historic Front Street property at Downtown’s South Street Seaport, which will be rebuilt in the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.” —Commercial Observer

••• Downtown Lunch says Dough Re Mi is looking ready to open at Water St. and Coenties Slip: “They’ll have doughnuts, bagels and grilled cheese among other things.”

••• “Stuyvesant High School Evacuated After Bomb Hoax on Regents Exam Day.” —DNAinfo (just FYI I tweeted this around 9 a.m., three hours before DNAinfo posted it—I only mention it because if you want breaking news, Twitter is the best option. Follow @tribecacitizen)

••• “According to the Greek-American newspaper, The National Herald, architect Santiago Calatrava is ‘reportedly the leading candidate’ to design the new Church of St. Nicholas just south of the World Trade Center. […] The original St. Nicholas was destroyed on 9/11.” —New York Post (via Curbed)


1 Comment

  1. What happened to old NEW design for this church. It was really beautiful and modern and very unlike traditional Greek Orthodox Churches. I’m really surprised that no mention has been made of why the change.