Seen & Heard: Juice Press Is Opening Imminently

••• The Juice Press at Greenwich and Laight is planning to open next week. And this will be the first outpost to have a make-your-own salad bar.

warburg••• Warburg Realty Tribeca raised $3,500 for charity:water from over 900 participants the other day.

••• The Tribeca Film Festival announced its “drive-in” screenings at Brookfield Place: “The series will kick off on Thursday, April 17 with the 50th anniversary screening of the classic Disney film Mary Poppins, the 30th anniversary of Ron Howard’s Splash on Friday, April 18, and closing with the world premiere screening of the soccer documentary Next Goal Wins on Saturday, April 19. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open and programs begin at 6 p.m., with screenings starting at dusk (approximately 8:15 p.m.).” And the big Tribeca Family Festival street fair is on April 26.

••• This isn’t really Tribeca-related, but maybe that’s a relief? My good friend Rebecca Ascher-Walsh wrote a book, Devoted, that any dog lover will adore. If you think I’m only posting this because she’s a friend, well, if that were the case I would’ve posted it when the book came out six months ago…. But I only just read it (bad friend!), so here we are. Seriously, a fail-safe gift for any dog aficionado. Although I do think it could’ve used a pug or two.

••• I had missed this part of the 9/11 Museum opening info:

Prior to the public opening, we will be holding a Dedication Period from Thursday, May 15 through Tuesday, May 20 that includes special previews of the Museum for:

—Family members whose loved ones were killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 or February 26, 1993
—9/11 rescue and recovery workers who participated in the response at the World Trade Center, Fresh Kills Landfill, the Pentagon, or Flight 93 crash site
—Active duty first responders from agencies that lost members in the 9/11 attacks
—Survivors of the 9/11 attacks
Current lower Manhattan (below Canal Street) residents or business owners, or those who were residents or business owners in lower Manhattan during the 9/11 attacks

The Dedication Period previews will be free, but reservations are required. Upon entry, you will be asked to provide identification.

••• Press release: “Art Projects International is pleased to announce the opening of its renovated and expanded gallery space located on the ground floor of the landmark building at 434 Greenwich. While minor renovations continue in the back office spaces, we are pleased to present at our new gallery space Richard Tsao: Works from Industry City, an exhibition of select works by Richard Tsao from his former ‘flood room’ studio in Industry City on the Brooklyn waterfront.”

courtesy Art projects International

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