Seen & Heard: Where to Watch the America’s Cup

••• The Hummus & Pita Co. thinks someone wanted hummus in chocolate, cake batter, and cookie dough flavors.

Hummus and Pita Company••• Opening April 27 at Cheryl Hazan Gallery: “The Space Between Yes and No, a solo exhibition of paintings by Madeline Denaro.”

••• The Battery Park City Authority sent out a reminder that the America’s Cup World Series is May 7 and 8 at the plaza by North Cove Marina: “World’s Fastest Boats to Race in Thrilling, High-Speed Competition by Battery Park City and in Front of NYC’s Iconic Sites and Skyline—Two-Day Event is Free to Public, with Tens of Thousands of Spectators Expected to Gather and Watch on Land and From Boats on the Water. The America’s Cup—which will return to New York Harbor for the first time in almost a century—today unveiled details of its highly anticipated race program, public event village, activity schedule, and local charity initiatives related to the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series racing on May 7 and 8. Event is free and open to the public. Click here for additional information.”

Americas Cup rendering2••• The next Pen Parentis literary salon is Tuesday, May 10, with readings by Rick Moody, Anjali Mitter Duva, and Morowa Yejide. RSVP recommended.

••• Press release: “Spend an afternoon in May with renowned naturalists and Flying Deer Nature Center directors Devin Franklin and Michelle Apland as they guide participants through Battery Park City’s green areas for a lesson in Bird Language. Learn to identify birds through language, theory and wildlife techniques, build awareness through Owl Eyes and Deer Ears exercises, take part in a Bird Sit, and learn mapping skills. Participation is $50 and is limited to 16 people (adults & teens only).” It’s May 21 and 22.

••• Neat shot by WTC Progress of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.

WTC Transportation Hub Oculus by WTC Progress


1 Comment

  1. I received a free sample of the cookie dough hummus the last time I ordered from them. So, so strange. It takes a bit like cookie dough, but not at all sweet and way too hummus-y. Not a fan.