Newsletter: Mar. 12

Lower Manhattan Community Churchcourtesy Michael ChernowSEAMORE’S IS OPENING AT BROOKFIELD PLACE
It will be the third permanent location of the seafood chain established by Meatball Shop co-founder Michael Chernow in 2015.

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TamidTAMID’s DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY SEDER
Join the first “Positive Judaism Passover Seder” this year at Tamid. Come break matzoh, ask the four questions, and search for the Afikomen. Our family friendly seder with all the traditional fixings will be led by Rabbi Darren Levine and Musical Director Matt Turk and we’d love to share the evening with you. Seating is limited so please make your reservations today—click here. Everyone Welcome. Happy Passover! Learn more at www.tamidnyc.org. Sponsored.

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Raft LoftLOFT PEEPING: RAFT LOFT
A semi-suspended staircase is the star of this 3,600-square-foot duplex loft in northwest Tribeca. Take a look around.

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108 Leonard fireSEEN & HEARD
••• 3/8: Jewelry store not closing? Plus: De Blasio caught flak for visiting a Tribeca school; free eye portraits; Tribeca Film Festival’s virtual-reality lineup; work starts on a Harrison Street storefront.
••• 3/9: More details on the Warren Street restaurant. Plus: Fire at 108 Leonard (above); the Four Seasons spa now offers clairvoyance treatments; Shigure is serving lunch; Motherless Brooklyn shoot; Spring Studios cladding.
••• 3/11: Greca got its liquor license. Plus: MoviePass is testing e-ticketing at the Roxy Cinema; Cortlandt Alley building sold; crappy lettuce for sale; “atypical” flamenco performance; Pier 17 liquor licenses; “Village” shoot.

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Welcome to TweebecaWELCOME TO TWEEBECA
Can you believe what @soandso tweeted about Tribeca?

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Canal Street by Susan FortgangIN THE NEWS
••• 3/8: Video ads you can’t silence are coming to Uber and Lyft. Plus: Two Staten Island commuter bus lines will be routed through north Battery Park City; incentives to buy at the Sterling Mason and the Beekman tower; Gibney Dance expands and rebrands; Church Street School’s fundraiser.
••• 3/9: When Canal Street was gritty (above; photo by Susan Fortgang). Plus: Allegations that an area chef behaved inappropriately; the Sunday routine of fitness guru Taryn Toomey; two art fairs going on now; Michel Parmentier show reviewed.
••• 3/10: Truffles could get converted to condos. Plus: Five firefighters injured in Clocktower fire; the history of the Reade Street Pub & Kitchen building; millennials who like plants; El Luchador will reopen soon.

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Where in Tribeca...?WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to Sonia Stock for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? Click the link to discover the answer.

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