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Newsletter: Sept. 16

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NEW KIDS: HEMINGWAY AFRICAN GALLERY & SAFARIS
A 40-year-old family business that both sells African art and leads safaris has relocated from its uptown home to Tribeca, with the second generation now fully invested.

SEEN & HEARD
Portfolio School has new digs. Plus lottery is on RIGHT NOW for camping in The Battery; Pen Parentis will start its parent-writer meetups tomorrow; a talk about lymph and your health.

TELL YOUR COUNCILWOMAN HOW TO SPEND CITY $$
Council District 1 is — for the first time — participating in participatory budgeting (say that five times fast), where ordinary citizens can propose projects in the district.

MADE IN TRIBECA: PRIORITY BICYCLES
Born under the stairs at 174 Hudson, Priority Bicycles offers a high-tech, low-maintenance, affordable bike that looks cool and lasts forever — or at least until you go electric.

IN THE NEWS
Man beats bull with banjo. Wait, what? Plus a 9/11 recollection from a child, now grown; scenes of downtown in shadow; a recounting of Philippe Petit’s World Trade Center balancing act.

SEEN & HEARD
Vivvi to take over Trinity Preschool. Plus local resident publishes debut novel; school bus on its way to Avenues brings out the fire fighters; local elected officials take on the robots; bar application for 88 West Bway.

WHERE IN TRIBECA?
Who can spot this subtle detail in the neighborhood? Hint: it helps to look up.



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