Seen & Heard: The New TV Show Called “Angie Tribeca”

••• Subscribers to the Tribeca Citizen email newsletter saw this morning that Nirvana International is moving at the end of the month, with a new location to be announced. In the meantime, everything is 20%-30% off.

••• “Michelle Obama back in Tribeca [last night] at Brushstroke,” emails a reader. “I sat next to her. She was dining with poet Elizabeth Alexander.”

••• I was walking along Debrosses when I saw work in the Sunshine Suites space at 12 Desbrosses, so I called to see if they were renovating. “We’re no longer at that building,” said the person who answered the phone. I asked who had taken it over, she said it was a film-production company. Anyone know who?

••• Racines NY is now on OpenTable.

••• Washington Market, the restaurant opening at 41 Murray, tweeted that it’ll debut in June. It also used the hashtag “#GourmetHumble,” which might give a sense of what to expect…?

••• Press release: “New York Classical Theatre will return to Battery Park this summer with a free production of As You Like It from July 1-27, setting Shakespeare’s pastoral romp against the Lower Manhattan waterfront.”

••• Press release: “For the first time, 10 iconic NYC buildings will be lit up in red, a powerful reminder that the HIV/AIDS epidemic isn’t over. This initiative—Light Up New York—extends the Empire State Building’s lighting tradition to many other iconic buildings in the New York City skyline, ahead of AIDS Walk NY this Sunday, 5/18.” Local participants: 7 World Trade Center (May 12-18), New York Stock Exchange (May 15-16).

••• You might recall that Steve Carrell is producing a TV show for TBS called “Angie Tribeca”—that’s the character’s name—starring Rashida Jones. A preview is below. On the bright side: Lisa Kudrow.

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