Seen & Heard: New Outdoor Film Series

••• A reader sent this photo of 101 Barclay from this morning, reporting that a ceiling had collapsed.

101 Barclay ceiling collapse••• Nice to see that the CityArts “Alice in Wonderland” mural on Chambers is back.

Alice in Wonderland mural on Chambers••• Has anyone spotted Brandon Santander, as the homeless man who used to camp out at Franklin and Hudson is known to many folks around here? UPDATE: See the comments for Sal’s report.

••• The current state of 70 Vestry.

70 Vestry••• A rendering at 174 Duane shows what the storefront will look like when it’s out from under the plywood.

174 Duane rendering••• Press release re: the 28 Liberty Summer Film Series at 28 Liberty Plaza (formerly known as One Chase Manhattan Plaza): “Outdoor movies will be shown free on the plaza every Thursday night starting July 21 at 8pm through August. The series, sponsored by Fosun and Downtown Alliance, will feature a different movie every week, kicking off with E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. Films will be projected on a screen 15 feet high by 20 feet wide. Free popcorn will be provided and food will be available for purchase from vendors.” E.T. is followed by Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Blue Velvet, Wings of Desire, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and The Conversation Raiders of the Lost Ark, Spaceballs, The Goonies, Jurassic Park, and The Wizard of Oz.

4 Comments

  1. Mr.I Hate Street Fairs misses aggressive fake homeless/homeless for a summer man who took up half the sidewalk in front of a bank. Film at 11.

  2. Brandon Santander now makes his home at Franklin and Broadway, harrassing people day and night (especially aggressive after he smokes his K2) Also, according to the workers in gourmet garage, he has over $900 on his government issued food stamp card that he can not use at the liquor stores, thus his begging for cash to fuel that other habit.

  3. Eric,

    Would love it if someone would show your alternative film lineup instead. Excellent.

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