Newsletter: Jan. 18

Lower Manhattan Community ChurchSeeker at Tribeca Veterinary WellnessTHE SHOPDOGS OF TRIBECA (VOL. 9)
Meet the Employees of the Month: Seeker (above), Harley, Freddy, Rusty, and Steinway.

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400 Broadway circa 1939 courtesy the New York Public LibraryEVEN MORE TRUE TALES OF TRIBECA BUILDINGS
The History of Tribeca Buildings database—compiled from Tom Miller’s posts at Daytonian in Manhattan—now has 84 entries, each with the zesty anecdotes you’ve come to expect. Here are six recent additions.

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CLAUDINE WILLIAMS PHOTOGRAPHY
Claudine Williams Photography is a full-service photography studio specializing in portraits for families, individuals as well as personal and professional branding. Sponsored.

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Canal and Broadway in 1984SEEN & HEARD
••• 1/15: Art of the resistance. Plus: Developer appointed to Hudson River Park Trust board; lecture about kids with learning and attention issues; the art of Battery Park City gardener Yoshihiro Youkee Nishida; a Tribeca family’s help-wanted ad.
••• 1/17: The days of egg creams and knishes (above). Plus: The kosher restaurant opening on Hudson makes it past Community Board 1; video of Lower Manhattan in 1993; Art Projects International’s 25th anniversary show; two-person show at Cheryl Hazan.

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courtesy Via Emilia 9IN THE NEWS
••• 1/15: Explore Lower Manhattan in the 1990s. Plus: Photographer Bruce Weber and comedian Aziz Ansari accused of aggressive sexual behavior; the offices of Stupid Cancer; foggy photos; City Winery acts to help Puerto Rico.
••• 1/16: Miami Beach Italian restaurant to open here (above). Plus: King now serves lunch; de Blasio’s decency commission says a controversial Canyon of Heroes plaque can stay.

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Franklin StreetCLOSE-UP: FRANKLIN STREET
Do you ever slow down and look at the patterns, details, textures, and scars that give Tribeca its character? Take Franklin Street, for example….

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