In the News: A Second Cryotherapy Center

••• Augustine‘s Keith McNally, who usually hides from press, wrote an essay for the New York Times about how hard it is to open a restaurant—someone send him an Edible Arrangement!—and sat for an interview with Bloomberg.

••• “New signs in the South Street Seaport are marking the powerful floodwaters that surged through the historic neighborhood four years ago when Hurricane Sandy devastated much of Lower Manhattan.” —DNAinfo

••• “A teen was punched by four attackers who stole his iPhone 6 as he rode the E train, police said.” It was at 3:30 a.m. at the Canal Street station. —DNAinfo

••• Lower Manhattan is getting more residences but not enough schools. —Broadsheet

••• Another cryotherapy center is opening in Tribeca: This one is called Kryogenesis, and it’s inside New York Sports & Joints on Duane. —Patch

••• The New York Times gave Le Coucou three stars.

••• Inside the home/showroom of “design genius and borderline professional bon vivant Ken Fulk.” —Guest of a Guest (photo by Christie Grimm)

Ken Fulk's loft by Christie Grimm (courtesy Guest of a Guest)