In the News: Raymond Pettibon Retrospective

••• A New York Post article about rich people’s escape plans, in the event of an emergency, includes Plan B Marine, which has boat(s) at North Cove Marina.

••• “Former Community Board 1 chairwoman Catherine McVay Hughes has failed to attend any full board meetings since stepping down as the group’s leader earlier this year, placing the long-time civic leader in violation of the bylaws—and her fellow board members in an awkward position.” —Downtown Express

••• “When immigration officials learned that the National September 11 Memorial & Museum couldn’t find portraits of some victims, they dug down into a limestone cave,” where immigration records are kept. They found photos for five people. —New York Times

••• Here’s the beauty regimen of “one of SoulCycle’s top instructors, Stacey Griffith, 48, [who] has a following that transcends likes on social media. Her weekly spin classes at the Upper East Side and Tribeca locations are packed with New York City’s power players, such as Mickey Drexler and Kelly Ripa, who rave about her infectious enthusiasm.” —New York Times

••• A profile of artist Raymond Pettibon, who presumably still lives in the Gehry building, in advance of his retrospective at the New Museum, which opens February 8. I know the reasons we’re supposed to admire Pettibon—and I do admire him for those, too—but have you ever really looked at the gorgeous way he uses color? —New York Times

"No Title (You're Showing, I'm telling)" by Raymond Pettibon courtesy David Zwirner New York