Seen & Heard: Scalini Fedeli removes curbside shed

SCALINI FEDELI REMOVES CURBSIDE SHED
The curbside structure for Scalini Fedeli on Duane Park, which never saw much action, was dismantled next week. No word on whether they are rebuilding, though the city is now putting in place its new rules, which might not permit a platform. More on that TK.

LOUISE NEVELSON AT MIDCENTURY
It is an honor to have one tiny tiny photograph in this beautiful book about Louise Nevelson, whose career is being celebrated at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas. The show opens later this month and runs though January, so if you are in the area, report back! And if you love her work (or live near Louise Nevelson Plaza on William and Liberty) this is an excellent purchase, available at the museum’s store here.

MATCHAFUL IS NOW AT BROOKFIELD
If you are missing Matchaful on Canal, owner Hannah Habes now has a store open in Brookfield (thanks to A. for the heads up): the caf√© is inside Clean Market’s location at 250 Vesey St on the 2nd floor. Hours for August are Monday to Thursday, 8a to 5p.

CAN WE ERASE THESE?
These messages bum me out every time I am on the platform, even if covid numbers are on the rise. Plus, it’s just such a crazy message to send to people when you have to cram onto a crowded train.

 

5 Comments

  1. Might as well keep the social distancing messages in preparation for the next pandemic.

  2. Walked by Gigino Trattoria, there were cleaning out the space and the side walk cafe. Are they going out of business?

  3. I see it as a good reminder about any contagious diseases/viruses. Now that we have our masks off, I see, hear and feel more people sneezing and coughing without covering than ever.

  4. Azabu (north of Laight on Greenwich) has a shed tgey do not use and needs to be removed as well. City Hall seems to be missing in action here.

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