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Newsletter: Sept. 12

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PAVING THE STREETS WITH GRANITE
The Laight Street intersection with Greenwich is getting the royal cobblestone treatment – precisely cut granite (vs. stone) blocks are being laid out by the DOT.

IN THE NEWS
Your life on the small screen. Plus Pop Smoke at Patron of the New; Tommy Hilfiger’s daughter’s “kind of weird” aesthetic; and two men are slashed in the afternoon at the Canal Street A/C/E station.

CYNTHIA ROWLEY USES STAPLE STREET AS RUNWAY
Plus the New York Academy of Art kicks off its artist talk series; another fast casual Mexican in Fidi; Worth Street gets a dugout, minus the team.

A DAY TO REFLECT ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Just taking this moment to reflect on the day and all of you neighbors and this amazing spot we are so lucky to live in.

IS TRIBUTE IN LIGHT KILLING THE BIRDS?
A network of bird-watching volunteers are patrolling the Tribute in Light every year, watching for especially dense gatherings of birds. When that happens, the lights will switch off for 20 minutes.

SEEN & HEARD
The Oculus will not open for 9/11. Plus street closings for tomorrow; Tribeca Trust loses an appeal to expand the historic district; Lekka — the vegan burger spot — may open in October.

RESTAURANTS COMING OUT FROM THE SUMMER COCOON
Mudville 9, The Greek and Bubby’s, which all took a hiatus over the summer either just because or to renovate, are soon back in action.

SEEN & HEARD
Taylor Swift reveals her new facade. Plus family theater at BMCC’s Tribeca Performing Arts Center; Nitemind opens at the Seaport; Parkour in Battery Park City; an escape room on Governors focused on climate change.



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