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Newsletter: Sept. 19

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TODD SNYDER IS OPEN AT THE LIQUOR STORE
A bespoke menswear designer takes advantage of the charm of the landmarked Liquor Store at 2 White Street, the former J. Crew shop on West Broadway.

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A NEW SOCIAL CLUB IS COMING TO BROADWAY
Two sisters have created a leisure company called Highcourt that will convert the five-story Grosvenor building into a hive of physical and intellectual cultural activities.

SEEN & HEARD
Concert this weekend in WMP. Plus local framers star on the silver screen; a shout out to the gardeners of PS 234; a local artist has an installation at a shop in Two Bridges.

IN THE NEWS
Ground broken at Liz Berger park. Plus another Chelsea gallery is uprooting and heading down here; a few local spots make a fancy lunch list; the Tribeca Film Festival makes a deal at Pier 57 for movies on the roof.

KIDS THESE DAYS: SYLVIE GOLDNER & FIRST STROKES
A local competitive swimmer realizes her Bard classmates don’t know how to swim, so she teaches them. Her goal now? Offer free swim lessons to every high schooler in the city.

TRIBECA FITNESS DIRECTORY
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SEEN & HEARD
Reade Street vet is retiring. Plus Amazon’s weird treasure truck on Hudson; the long awaited Canal Street Oysters is open.

IN THE NEWS
Hope springs from the burgeoning gallery district. Plus getting coverage for 9/11-related illnesses; tiny vegetables take over city restaurants; a bike theft in Hudson River Park; more galleries open this month.

SEEN & HEARD
Broken, like my childhood. Plus a Malaysian master at Sapar Contemporary and a new show at Soho Photo; Real Pilates will lead a free class in Freeman Plaza; another invader spotted in Tribeca.



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