In case you missed yesterday’s special email blast: Tribeca Citizen will cease publication on December 31.
Our Lower Manhattan Community Church family invites yours to join us in a special celebration of this season of hope, joy, and peace. There will be two services, one at our regular time, 10:30 on Sunday morning, December 23, and one on Christmas Eve at 4 p.m. Come for either or both. All are welcome, so bring family and friends. Child care will be provided. If you are traveling this season and can’t join us, we’d love to see you any Sunday at 10:30 a.m., 2 Desbrosses Street between Hudson and Greenwich. Sponsored.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 12/3: Canvas sample sale. Plus: Leonard Street condominium revealed; ad projected over construction site (above); the Department of Transportation’s quixotic bollards; new signage on Church Street strip; “FBI” shoot.
••• 12/4: Pizzeria name change. Plus: Signs of life at Barnes & Noble; pop-up for dads; the gentrification of Cortlandt Alley; a bunch of vacant storefronts on Grand Street.
••• 12/5: Soho finger fight. Plus: Dance party for the ARChive of Contemporary Music; Schoolhouse opened a third store; Tribeca Citizen shirts; the Impossible Burger at a Schnippers uptown; Colony candle.
THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, GIVE THE GIFT OF TECH SUPPORT
Tech-related headaches don’t have to be part of the holiday experience. TechDad can get your new gadgets set up and running and teach you how to use them! Offerings include home theater packages, with tutorials; smart-home consultations; tech support for your parents; One-Hour WiFi Service, to make sure WiFi reaches every corner; Sonos speaker installations; and more. If there’s something else you have in mind, just get in touch: 212-235-7011, techdad.com. Sponsored.
IN THE NEWS
••• 12/3: Alamo Drafthouse forecast (above). Plus: Progress on the Peck Slip Park redesign; new Walker Street gallery confirmed; the glut of inner-city buses; Park Row tower topped out.
••• 12/4: The dangers of West Street. Plus: Amazon is testing cashierless technology at a larger store; Bâtard chef Markus Glocker’s menu for Augustine; NYPD to add a fleet of drones; more on Canada gallery’s move to Tribeca.
••• 12/5: Has anyone seen Bill de Blasio? Plus: FiDi light show aggravates neighbors; World Trade Center PATH station to close on weekends for two years; recent thefts and robberies; city approves pair of Two Bridges towers; shady for-profit college.
QUIZ: DEAD RESTAURANTS (PART 5)
“Also notable is the Caesarista, a staffer tossing Caesar salads in the dining room.” Can you identify these 10 deceased restaurants?