Seen & Heard: Dig Inn Is Finally Opening

••• “Dig Inn is opening this Saturday for a trial,” says B. “It’ll open fully sometime next week.”

••• Cutler Salon opened a branch in the Arlo hotel on Hudson. The others are in Brooklyn, Soho, and Midtown. There’s some next-level gibberish on the website: “Our culture within the walls of Cutler, is a very special place we call home. It is here that we are nurturing a vibrant, creative community, where the many talents of a select few fuse together to form a hybrid talent which is greater than any of its single components. This talent evolves constantly by means of our endeavors.”

••• A correction: The Fatherly pop-up is at 140 W. Broadway (where American Apparel was), not Broadway.

••• Press release: Today “through Sunday, Brooklyn-based sports network Overtime is hosting a 3-day pop-up at 368 [at 370 Broadway], celebrating basketball culture. The pop-up–created in partnership with 368– is designed to be an interactive experience that combines a retail store, a photo exhibit, and art, within a highly Instagrammable environment.” More info.

••• Seven solo Soho Photo shows—tongue twister!—just opened, including Bob Leonard’s “Urban Patterns” (such as the Spring Street Salt Shed grid below). And on December 12, Claire Weisz of WXY Studio and Paul Bauer of Dattner Architects will be at the gallery to discuss the Salt Shed, including “their process in creating this highly utilitarian yet beautiful and striking structure as well as their perspective on urban design.” RSVP for the lecture here.

••• “Jessica Jones” shoots in the Reade/Church area tomorrow.

••• The Thousand Things, which used to have a store at Harrison and Staple, is having a trunk show at 180 the Store tomorrow (Saturday, December 8), from noon to 4 p.m.